Kerry Davies on Jun 9, 2016
The pattern is very unorganised and difficult to follow. I would not recommend this for beginners or intermediate knitters.
naomilrb on Apr 12, 2016
This pattern is great. Not for beginners as you have to know a bit about knitting. As this is a big project with many stitches, I recommend using a yarn that you love and that will wash and wear well.
wendydodds1 on Jan 26, 2016
great, thank you, my grandaughter was delighted with the finished product
And so it began...
Where did I start? Where do I begin?
When I was 4 years old, my maternal grandmother (nanny) taught me to knit; cast on, garter stitch and cast off. I made a little pillow and still have it. It lit a love for wool in me that has yet to be extinguished.
As I grew, I dabbled in crochet (Cabbage Patch Clothes!) and my Aunts taught me to sew. I loved sewing and made many dresses and quilts in my teens. However, I went to our local yarn shop and bought knitting books from France to practice with. I loved knitting little baby things as they were quick and easy and I was able to teach myself more advanced stitches.
And then I got married. My life became busy with babies (8 of them, but not all at once!), laundry & meal making. Sometimes I would pick up the needles and knit up a baby outfit or two, but not as much as I would have liked.
Then I needed something to do while waiting at appointments, in the car or while the kids watched movies. Knitting became my friend again. I started browsing online for my old magazines but they were not being printed anymore and then I found Ravelry. It was still in the Beta stages and I joined right away.
Designing soon followed as I was looking for patterns that were simple, seamless, sometimes unisex and timeless. I mean, I was always adapting, changing and rearranging patterns anyways! Why not create my own line and love my job at the same time.
Something that I love to try to do, is to name each pattern after a family member. This doesn't always happen, but it is a theme that I am using to link my past with my present and to thank them all for helping and encouraging me in who I am today. My family is wonderful and have risen to the challenges of being my models, listening to my conundrums and helping me choose colors. I am so blessed to have them all!
Happy knitting everyone!
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I am Megan; wife, mom, knitter and friend. I endeavor to embrace the simple pleasures in life...
Maker, Sample And Test Knitter
I am India; daughter to Megan. I am a guitarist, student, volunteer & old movie watcher. I test and sample knit some of my mum's patterns.
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