Finally ~ a fingerless glove pattern!
I've had this pattern for a while and am just now finally getting around to posting it. YAY! It is definitely a goodie and essential around here. The gloves knit up quickly with one skein of our Rolling Stone yarn. These gloves are also very warm and will most definitely brighten up your day with all their glitz and sparkle! The pattern is available on Ravelery as a free download here.
The Almost Famous Collar
Almost Famous is one of my favorite movies from a style perspective. The giant collared coats Kate Hudson’s character, Penny Lane, wore throughout the film are to die for. In lieu of buying one of these coats (which are not so easy to come by these days), I thought it would be fun to come up with a collar accessory that mimicked that I’m-with-the-band look Penny Lane rocks. After a good deal of experimenting, we now have the Almost Famous collar pattern by designer Susan Sheby! What I love about this is that you can wear it with all your coats to get the look plus it’s warm and cozy, so there’s functionality to it as well. The sample can also be worn in many of other ways besides just as a collar. I used a shawl pin through the knitted fabric in these pics to show the other fun ways this piece can be worn. I hope you will find as versatile as I do! The pattern calles for 2 skeins of our Sister yarn and is now available on Ravelry here.
Space Case Hat
Alex Tinsley, the designer behind Dull Roar and a slew of gorgeous patterns, came out withe the Space Case hat over a year ago. This pattern has got to be one of the cutest patterns out there that uses our yarn. I love the hat shape and especially the way it keeps my ears all cozy & warm. It shows off the yarn and all the pretty goodies that are spun into it so well. It's so fun to see what other designers think up with our yarn. It's usually so different than what I come up with and always much welcome. Below are photos of my hat which is now in my projects of Ravelry. I used a combination of Twilight Garden & Iris Blossom Rolling Stone yarns. Click here for a link to Alex's pattern as well.