A little over a week ago I published one of my designs for the first time up to Ravelry. It is the Urban Village Cowl and I am thrilled to say that over 500 people downloaded it the first week. True I had promoted it with a free coupon but I tell you from the bottom of my heart I am so thrilled that so many of you made it part of your library. I look forward to seeing people cast it on and hope you all enjoy knitting it! So, THANK YOU!!!
Of course this wouldn’t be a knitting blog if I didn’t show you some pictures of knitty stuff so…… without further ado I present to you “Amy’s Knitting Bag” and the contents there of.
Keep in mind this is not everything I am working on. Just the stuff that has my attention right now.
Let’s start off with the Citron Project
And my February Sockdown Project for the Sock Knitter’s Anonymous group on Ravelry
I also have a design project in the bag.
and lastly my knitting idea notebook full of creativity!
I am so excited to announce that I have finally published one of my designs! It is called the Urban Village Cowl
To share my excitement I am offering it free for the next week. Simply use the coupon code urbanfreebie at check out to download this pattern for free. This will expire on February 16 so please go ahead and download.
This design started out as Christmas gift for my Mom a couple of years ago. I had made her a cowl but she didn’t like how it sagged around her neck and created bulk under her coat. To make my Mom super happy (because she deserves it and because it is really cold in upstate NY) I designed a cowl that would lay flat under your coat and has a collar to keep the neck warm. Using a bulky yarn makes it a quick knit. Choose your own style of buttons to give it your own unique look!
Here’s Mom trying on her Christmas gift!
Here’s a few more pictures of my version
Some really important thank you’s for this really important milestone
My husband Marc (AKA Happy Chef, check him out at chefblog.com) He took the great pictures you see above.
My good friend Sandy (knit1weavetoo on Rav) who did a test knit for me and gave me lots of great advise!
I also want to thank and recommend Eleanor Dixon (eledixon on Rav) the TECHsorcist for a great job doing the tech editing.