I’ve been having a lot of fun lately doing a little pattern testing for a few fellow designers. (I think I like the distraction from the guilt I feel when I haven’t designed something in a while ..I wish I wasn’t so self-making lazy!)
It’s averaging 90º, but I couldn’t resist the texture of the Curling Leaves Candlewick Shawl. Made in anticipation of our blustery subzero winters & drafty old house, I was longing for an over the top, smooshy, heavy ruffled wrap to nestle into. Made with recycled yarn in a dirty butter color. This lovingly became known as my Golden Fleece aka Big Bird.
BOW TIES ARE COOL. I couldn’t help adding a little DOCTOR to the collar of this smart little baby sweater, made from the Little Diamonds Jumper/Tank Top pattern.
I don’t know what it is with me and baby bibs, but I can’t seem to get enough of them (perfectly useful gift and little baby fashion statement all in one!) This beautifully simple chevron bib was made soft and absorbent with a lovely linen & c
Pattern: Bandana Bib.
Gosh this hat is just so syrupy sweet & ridiculously cute! I made the grownup size in a natural tweed yarn for Lex, because you know, most 17 year olds want big adorable barn owls perched on their heads! Wonderful baby to adult size pattern, Hooty Owl Hat.
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Great patterns, Amanda! Even BETTER presentation and execution! Cheers!