Knitterella / PROMOTION
Jun 17, 2014
My Wavelength pattern that was designed exclusively for The Plucky Shindig is live to the public today! A chevron like wave embellishes the top and bottom of these fun fingerless mitts as well as the brim of this comfy hat. Inspired by The Plucky Knitter’s beautiful yarn and colors, these mitts are as much fun to knit as they are to wear! This set is knit using one skein of Plucky Feet in colorway Lawnornament and one skein of Plucky Feet in colorway Charming. The yardage on Plucky Feet is so generous that if I switched up my main color...
Sep 04, 2013
It's been a long time in the works and I'm excited to finally be able to share with you my newest pattern, my "Sweet Lattice Baby Blanket." A seed stitch border and a simple lattice motif creates a beautiful design for this sweet blanket. Light and lofty - knit in Blue Sky Alpacas’ 100% organic Worsted Cotton yarn – it’s sure to become a treasured blanket for a special baby. This is the first ever pattern designed for baby. The cool thing is, when I started the idea for this pattern I wasn't even pregnant. Now that the pattern is finished...
Jul 01, 2013
I'm so excited to share 4 new stationery designs with you today! This new card design and the 3 new gift tag designs debuted at TNNA a couple weekends ago and they got really great feedback - and orders! It's a totally new look to my line and I had the idea for these designs but just couldn't execute the 'look' I wanted myself so I commissioned my friend and fellow designer Shell Stoll to do the illustrations. I knew she'd knock it out of the ball park right away and she did! She is an amazing artist for sure. This design set has more...
May 04, 2013
Yay! I have 3 NEW Knitterella Project Bags in stock! These roomy 12" x 16", drawstring project bag are a fun and smart way to organize your knitting projects. Check 'em out… To celebrate, you can get 15% off your order at www.knitterella.com now through May 6th. Use promo code "3NewBags"
Jan 17, 2013
Oh my gosh! My Smocked Slouch pattern hit 100+ projects on Ravelry! I know it might not seem like a big deal, I mean, it's no French Press Slippers or anything, but I'm totally thrilled! One of the main reasons I'm thrilled about this is because my Smocked Slouch was the first pattern I ever designed and published. It was a big deal for me to jump into the knitwear design world and when I finally got the courage this is the pattern started it all for me. As I continue to design new patterns, my Smocked Slouch will always hold...