Yarn Along–So Many Ideas!

IMG_1528I am really enjoying the process of designing these days.  I find myself envisioning beautiful knits that I want to wear all the time and I try to sketch them out in my design journal right away so I won’t forget.

These are three of the ideas I’m currently stewing over…my first hat, first shawl AND first adult sweater designs!  Even though there’s a lot of frogging involved in my design process, I really enjoy being able to go back and change just a little something to make the whole thing come out right.

Outlander…still Outlander… maybe someday I’ll move on to another book 🙂

Linking up with Ginny for Yarn Along today!

Also–Congratulations to Kelly R–the winner of our XOXO Giveaway Prize Pack!  Thank you to all who checked out the pattern and entered our giveaway!


14 comments on “Yarn Along–So Many Ideas!

  1. Those three projects are beautiful… and the colors! I admire anyone who designs their own projects. And I laughed out loud at your comment about Outlander. I’ve read that whole series and know how those books can hijack your entire reading life. I hope you’re enjoying it!

    • Thanks Bethany! And thanks for the encouragement about Outlander…maybe I’ll be through it by the time my kiddos go off to college 😉

  2. I really love the orange yarn. Hope the designing goes well – very clever!
    I had someone else recommend the Outlander series this week. I really, really want to read them but I know I will be obsessed with them and not come up for air until the whole series is finished! So I have been putting it off. Definitely soon though!

  3. Glad the designing is going well for you! I tried to make a hat, and then life got so incredibly busy I think it was probably a bad time to try making my first pattern. I’m going to take it up in a few months though, I think. 🙂 Looks great!

    • You should definitely pick it back up when things slow down! Fall is a much better time to release patterns too 🙂

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