My Mrrrphmrrf Cowl made the front page of Etsy yesterday from 11am to 12pm! I’m so excited, here’s the screenshot:
The pattern is available for purchase on Ravelry, but if you’re not a knitter, I handknit and sell them on Etsy. I actually opened up a separate Etsy shop for ready to wear handknits because of the recent requests. In all the excitement, I didn’t notice the copyright infringement until a LSG mate pointed it out… Can you find it?!
The current design in progress is of the aran persuasion, which is always a joy. Cables had my heart since knitting day one, especially with the history. One day, I plan to work up an Alice Starmore sweater (Na Craga or Irish Moss), but until then, I’m working up a simple cabled pullover to get a quick fix.
I’m giving myself a January 31st goal to have the project completed and pattern available.
Finished another design today although there are no unicorns on it. Sorry, Princess. I haven’t thought of a better title for it just yet and I’m lacking pictures until tomorrow afternoon when I plan to freeze my arse off for another super-model-fashion-hour. The key is to look warm.
August was my last post, eh? Shame on me. 2009 ended up being a rough year for a lot of people, I’m glad it’s over. I’m ready to make the most of 2010 and I’m starting it off with a new design: Mrrrphmrrf Cowl.
I see couture knitwear and while yes, it is someone’s work of art, I also can’t help but think what a waste of good wool (or cashmere, alpaca, silk…). I like functional, wearable art. This cowl works for me.