My Spaceman Nicolino Hat pattern is now available for free.
Pattern can be downloaded here.
If you haven’t seen it before, here are a few pictures, click the link above for more information.
Last year, I gave the prototype I knit for my Spaceman Nicolino to Nicolas, who gave his name to this pattern. He was a newborn then. His mum liked it so much that she asked if I could knit him one for this winter as the first one is way too small now. So, here it is, modeled by my 6-year old (hopefully it won’t be too big for Nicolas).
I created my Cowboy Booties pattern for a Texan friend of mine who was expecting a baby girl. Yesterday, I finally got to see pictures of the booties modeled by their intended recipient, lovely Miss Avery 😀
I took part in a traveling cushion cover on Ravelry after I had taken part in a traveling scarf journey. It is lots of fun to see what people came up with. I just got all my squares back. I assembled them all and am now working on the back of the cushion so I can finish it. Here’s a little preview…
I already made my Tee Rose hat for this challenge but thought it might not be innovative enough for the challenge. So, now I’m working on a bag, still using T-shirt material, but mixed with video tape. It gives the fabric and interesting effect. I’m planning on some unusual “embellishment” on it. Wait and see…
This is my new hat, Tee Rose. I’m taking part in a challenge on Ravelry called “Project Yarnway“, it’s based on the famous TV series Project Runway. We have monthly challenges. This month’s challenge is “Innovation”, where we have to use non conventional materials.
For this hat, I used two old tie-dyed t-shirts, here are some pics of the hat and what’s left of the two t-shirts
After a little wait, I can now announce that the pattern for the Cowboy Booties is available. Thanks to the very valuable help from my testers I can now offer a smooth pattern.
These booties will make a perfect baby shower gift, and not only for Texan babies!
They have an internal bootie with ribbing at the ankle (cannot be seen when worn). The boot part is added onto it, so that it will stay on baby’s feet.
Necessary skills to make these are: knitting in the round, picking up stitches, Fair Isle knitting
The colour work is charted.
Pattern in 2 sizes: 0-6 months & 6-12 months