Friday is finally here and what a relief! It's been one of those weeks that even the simplest task seems to go wonky. I plan on knitting on my Intersect Hat and relaxing while watching Neftlix or The Soprano's tonight. We recently subscribed to HBO (there was a special deal) and have been able to watch a lot of shows that are new to us as well as get caught up on Game of Thrones and Boardwalk Empire. We have also been watching Girls, which is a really odd show, but I can't seem to stop watching it so go figure! The best thing about tonight is that Andy has offered to cook. He is making Italian Sausage, colored peppers, onions in a homemade sauce over Penne pasta. I found some Cannoli at Fresh Market that the pastry chef guaranteed didn't come in contact with tree nuts, so we even have dessert.
Scrowl pattern is now available and is 20% off with coupon code: ShaliMarch2014 until 2/7. Margi did an awesome job test knitting it and said she really liked the pattern. I enjoyed knitting it and also wearing it. It really blocks out the wind on the bone chilling days we have had recently.
From the pattern:
The Scrowl! It’s a scarf, it’s a wrap, it’s a cowl all in one; the
perfect accessory to keep you warm and cozy while still looking stylish.
This is a very easy to knit pattern and uses two full skeins of Shalimar Yarns Edie Aran. Shown in the Penny Candy colorway. A great alternative would be Enzo Aran.
Both written and charted instructions are included.
My goal is to create patterns that are fun to knit and easy to follow and understand. Knitting should be fun and patterns shouldn't be confusing! There is nothing more frustrating (at least for me) than being in the middle of a pattern and not understanding what comes next or a technique that is being used.
I feel so blessed to have a such a wonderful group of test knitters. They give me feedback on what they like and don't like about how something is written or designed. I know if something is working for me, but it's really important to have other eyes and hands on it so that it will work for others as well.
I hope that you will find my patterns to be well written and enjoyable. I would love to hear from you and see your projects!