Are you going?
I hope so, because I will be there!
And I have been busy, busy, BUSY knitting and crocheting like crazy to get ready for the show. Below are a few of the items I will have with me.
Show details can be found here.
Saturday September 14th
9:00 - 3:00
Allen Senior Recreation Center
I warned you I was working on other colorways! We'll it's time to reveal them! Like before all are inspired by a cocktail.
From Left to Right: Black Cat, Black Velvet, The Blackbeard, Manhattan, Purple Haze, Santa's Helper, White Russian
I have both DK and Fingering weight. All are available for purchase on this site and in my Etsy shop.
When you first learn to crochet, knit, weave, etc., you spend a lot of time making scarfs. The good part is that this is an effective way to perfect your technique and learn new stitches. The bad news is that you end up with a lot of scarfs. Eventually even friends and family get tired of receiving those items as gifts.
What I have for you is a technique guide that shows you how to take two rectangles and join them together to create a scarf-vest. It's easy to do and only requires a bit of whip stitching to join the edges. Not only can you use this with knit, crochet, tunisian crochet, freeform, weaving, etc., you can also vary the yarn and stitches to make it truly unique and interesting. Plus, you can add beads, fringe, etc. to make each piece special.
The pattern is available in my SharpinDesigns.com store, on Etsy, on Craftsy, and on Ravelry. I know I'll be making a ton of these, especially as I work to perfect my knitting skills.