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20% off patterns in my new Ravelry shop

Until now I always sold my patterns through Etsy. Publishing my patterns on Ravelry was on my to-do list for so long, but I finally got round to it. 73 more words

Logging My Stash

So I decided to embark on a rather daunting task this weekend: photograph and log my stash on Ravelry. Yup, you heard me correctly.

I must be a lunatic, completely crazed or just plain bored. 238 more words


5 Truisms About Life That Aren’t True About Knitting

1. In life there are no do-overs. But there are in knitting. All the time! I started over on this Evenstar shawl five freaking times.  And every few rows I find something that requires me to tink back a bit. 255 more words


Copper Mountain Mittens

My latest design in the works is Copper Mountain, a simple pair of stockinette mittens with a splash of color. They knit up quickly on size US 8 needles, and are perfect for using up worsted-weight leftovers. 34 more words


PMK Group

I’ve been busy. Two weeks ago, after much thinking, deliberation and debating (with myself), I started a new ravelry group… Paper Moon Knits, devoted to my designs. 212 more words

Original Patterns

Recommended free patterns on Ravelry / Patrons gratuits recommandés sur Ravelry

A selection of some of the most interesting and attractive free patterns recently published on Ravelry.


Une sélection des modèles les plus intéressants et attractifs parmis ceux récemments publiés sus Ravelry. 85 more words

Knitting / Tricot

Designer Spotlight: Riflebird Wrap by Jennifer Raymond

Sometimes an artist or designer gets hooked on a theme and explores all the possible variations. Picasso had his Blue Period and Jennifer Raymond, at least for the moment, is fascinated by crochet worked through the back loops.