Monday, September 12, 2011

Although I have not been blogging much lately I have been very busy with my two best WIP yet. That's right I am having twins. My DH and I are very excited and can't wait to meet our little ones. We found out at almost 18 weeks that we were having a boy and a girl. Now I can start on the list of things that I want to knit. I get the best of both worlds all the cute boy and girl patterns. I'm a little over 21 weeks now and am feeling great. I haven't been very good about taking bump shots but I have been trying to take them every 4 weeks or so.

14 weeks 2 days

You can see a big difference between 14 weeks and 19 weeks. Right after I took the 19 week picture I had another growth spurt.

19 weeks 2 days

I have one sweater pattern that I cast on for myself . I should be able to wear it pre and post pregnancy. It is a free pattern and it is called Abalone (Ravelry link). I need to get a move on so I can wear it before these babies are born. For now a picture of my best WIP.

I think that I may be in trouble already because they look like they are plotting to take over the world or at least pull a fast one over on their mom and dad. Baby A is our little girl and Baby B is our little boy. Hopefully I will have lots more knits to show you soon because the list of patterns I want to knit is long ;o)

Sunday, January 16, 2011

Unchain My Heart - Now available

My Unchain My Heart pattern (Ravelry Link) that I designed for Saffron Dyeworks is now available here and on Ravelry.

Very Light Fingering - 9 sts and 12 rows = 1 inch

Sizes: S, M, L

S - 7" foot and leg circumference
M - 8" foot and leg circumference
L - 9" foot and leg circumference

Please Note:
If you are using a very light fingering weignt yarn your socks may seem tight until you block your socks and the yarn has a chance to bloom. If you have a larger instep be sure to go with the longer heel flap so your socks fit properly.

Shown in size M. Model wears a US size 8.5 - 9 shoe, medium width.

US size 1 (2.25mm) double pointed needles

Yarn -1 hank Saffron Dyeworks Enya Yarn (colorway - Swoop). These look great knit up in other yarns too. You can check out all the FO's for this pattern here on Ravelry. You can use a heavier weight sock yarn also. Check these out knit out of Sanguine Gryphon Skinny Bugga, they turned out beautiful.

Tapestry needle

Click the buy now button to purchase and download a pdf version of the pattern.

Please note: If you are using your checking account to make your purchase you will receive the pattern once the payment has been processed. If you don't have a paypal account that's OK you can make a purchase without an account by using a major credit card. If you are a Ravelry user you can also purchase it through my pattern store.

Every attempt has been made to produce a high quality pattern, free of errors.