I’ve been working hard on getting you some new patterns to knit. This goes right along with me revising my business plan and creating a plan of action.
With the release of my newest sock pattern, Siren’s Song, I’ve had an influx of new followers on my social media channels.
It makes me so happy.
There are so many beautiful reasons to be happy.
Knitting socks brings me nothing but joy. In fact, as I’m knitting the next one (I sure am!), I keep thinking maybe the next ebook should be socks.
It’s obviously something that brings others joy as well.
If you’ve never knit socks before, this pattern may not be the easiest to start with, but this one will. It’s my recipe for a vanilla sock; a sock pattern we as knitters often refer to as having no fancy stitches. Knitting in the round is required with sock knitting.
I’m so excited to share with you my next subscription based book. If you haven’t heard, you’re probably thinking what is she talking about? Well, let me explain.
It’s like any subscription, but much cooler in my opinion. *smiling*
You purchase the entire eBook up front, then each month beginning NOW (March) – December, you will receive an update. A new hat pattern.
10 months = 10 Hats
10 months + 10 hats = so many fun hats to give as gifts or keep for yourself.
Details you can count on: Each hat will be easy to understand, written pattern only (no charts), easy to take along with you, intuitive, and the perfect knit project for you to enjoy while attending any event.
So, are you in? Why not, right? Head over to Raverly and pick up your copy. You can begin anytime. But just know, the individual hat pattern will NOT be available until the entire book is complete. A subscription perk!
Hello there! Do you just love to find the coziest coffee shops to work in; do what you do? It’s my favorite thing to do when I have projects to work on. I find myself getting distracted at home with chores, social media, and just procrastination type things to keep me from doing what I’m supposed to be doing.
I’m working on plans for 2019. Knit On Designs Co will be doing some amazing things. I’m excited to begin. Because, If you can dream it, you can achieve. Am I right?
I find working in a coffee shop, whether that’s loading a new pattern into my shops, knitting on a new favorite project, or planning for 2019, I’m always up for a great atmosphere, friendly staff, and a yummy cup of chai. Spicy Chai with almond milk.
If you’re local to the Colorado Springs area, I highly recommend you pop by. They’ll greet you with a smile. Did I mention all the yummy croissants, pastries, and coffee?
So, tell me in the comments where you find yourself being most productive.
We’ve established this decorating theme a couple of years ago and truly love it. It’s a skinny, yet tall vintage looking tree. The ornaments are a collection of various materials, from fabric stars, to metal bells. Small creatures hang from our tree. Our woodland forest of animal friends sit underneath.
The mantel holds the little truck and a wooden sign that I made, and our jolly snowmen made of twigs. I think this is my absolute favorite mantle ever. It screams Christmas time.
This train stands a really good chance of becoming one of all time favorite pieces. If it weren’t for the NOEL behind it, it would stay up all year.
Our home is decorated simply; vintage touches amongst many of the pieces.
Christmas is about home. It’s the little things that make it perfect.
‘Promise me’ is finished! My granddaughter, Jasmine, who just started 6th grade, is the proud recipient of this piece. It’s hanging above her bed. Proud grandma moment.
I enjoyed finishing this stitching so much.
Hobby lobby has canvas for artist. You know, the white inexpensive canvas? Well, they now have burlap canvas. This was the perfect backdrop for this. Don’t you think?
I cut out the stitching and wrapped it around a piece of sticky board just big enough to give it a border. I then cut another piece of sticky board just a bit larger and wrapped a piece of fabric around. I tacked down both pieces in place with hot glue.
Who doesn’t love a hot glue gun. It’s a crafters saving grace.
I then layered the sticky boards together and hot glued them both to the canvas.
No piece is complete without a bow. Check.
I’m in love with this. And, my granddaughter is too.
I have had a long few months of no knitting mojo. What? You say.
I know. Sigh…
But, guess what i did last night?
And, it felt good. Though, like every time I knit, my mind goes. It travels to places that help me find peace. This was no different.
I’ve been working on a business plan to relaunch my photography business. It was once (decade or more ago) filled with brides, families, and a few seniors.
I want a different focus (pun intended) this time. A re-branding of sorts is happening.
Creatives in their spaces or at coffee shops creating. This comes from someone (me) who loves to create in coffee shops. I draw, knit and even cross stitch in these places.
It’s a place of inspiration for me, and I’m sure for other creatives as well. A home studio, a downtown studio. Your favorite coffee shop. Any place that you, as a creative, likes to create.
I’m looking for any one who would like portraits, marketing photos, process photos to put on your studio wall, to submit to magazines, or for your own brand. Photos to show to potential clients. Portraits of you doing what you love.
I’m building my portfolio and would like to fill it with creative individuals in their spaces. Whatever that means for you.
What if you’re local to me (Colorado Springs and surrounding areas) and this describes you, then I’d love to talk with you. Please reach out to me so we can discuss all the fine details.