Looking for a happy little knitting or crochet project? Take a peek at the 24 Ornaments of Christmas, a festive collection 4 years in the making, and get in on a little sale we’ve got going to celebrate the release of all 24 patterns. 😉
Get your hands on the Rhombuster Scarf pattern, a colorful new design from Heidi Gustad. Don’t think scarf patterns can surprise you? Give the Rhombuster a shot to try something new!
My newest pattern is now available, and it’s all about keeping your hands warm to make them feel good! Learn how to get your hands on it, and enter to win 6 mini skeins of Feel Good Yarn Company’s SilverSpun Sport and a drawstring project bag!
Leucadia is Heidi’s newest knitting pattern, featuring undulating lace bordered with eyelets for a lightweight, elegant and adaptable wrap. Pattern is available as a Ravelry download, click through for the link.
Why yes, you’re seeing that correctly! That’s TWO new, coordinating patterns from yours truly. I’m kicking off the new year with two patterns I’ve dubbed Funkasonic for their mesmerizing use of stripes! While they’re officially being released in my pattern shop on Friday, January 15, I’ve teamed up with PostStitch and Ewe Ewe Yarns to bring you a super special knit along with these two totally funky patterns this January.
The Delta Hat is an asymmetrical hat with a garter stitch flap that can be left down for added coverage or buttoned up for a cute, cloche look. The side of the hat opposite the flap features a triangle motif reminiscent of art deco architecture, and the off-center decreases help this hat lie naturally at a jaunty angle.
A new pattern joins the Hands Occupied Pattern Shop today! An ombre bandana whose flexibility of wear, coupled with its beautiful color palette, make this a piece I cannot stop wearing.
I’ve got a new pattern coming to the Hands Occupied Pattern Shop on Wednesday! It’s an ombre piece knit in a mohair/silk blend yarn, and I’m already in love with wearing it.
I’m very excited to announce that I’ve listed my first for-sale pattern on Ravelry, launching the Hands Occupied pattern shop. The inaugural pattern is for Turtle Mitts, a pair of hand warmers designed to fit close to the skin, but doesn’t lay so high on your hands that they affect dexterity.