Ive been having such fun designing! I really enjoy seeing my ideas come to life and it pleases me to no end to see someone else knit something that Ive designed. Back in the late 90's I had a small business designing and sewing custom riding clothes. It was always a thrill to see someone wearing something I had sewn. Making the change from designing sewn garments to knitted ones wasn't really that difficult. There have been a few instances where Ive had to frog something to redesign it, but overall it's been a very smooth transition.
Malabrigo Silky Wool Cape Cod
I'm so excited to announce the release of my new pattern, The Ribbon Street Cowl. It's named after the street that my Grandmother lived on in NY when I was growing up. It seemed like such a magical place when I went to visit her in the summers. She would take me to Rath Park for swimming lessons. Sometimes I would get to go to work with her for the day. Her boss, Mr. Diabler, would always call me into his office to sit and chat for a while. The best memories of my childhood are from the times I spent with my Grandmother. She is even the person who taught me to knit.
The introductory price is just $3.50 until the end of February. No coupon code needed. You can find the pattern on Ravelry: Ribbon Street Cowl or by copying and pasting this link into your browser: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/ribbon-street-cowl
I hope that you enjoy knitting this pattern as much as I have enjoyed writing it!
Breathless DK Loden
And a big THANK YOU to Beth for test knitting once again! Daisy makes a wonderful model, don't you think?