August 31, 2018

DAHLIA, a mystery knit along for October!

Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.
– Albert Camus

Welcome to our new mystery knit-along! I hope you enjoy this pattern and the emerging fall before us!

This is a pattern for a crescent/half-circle shaped shawl worked with lace and beads (optional). It has a radiating motif bursting into lacy trim.

The knit-along will be held in our bunnymuff group, on Ravelry, with a clue being released once a week over four weeks. All you need do to participate is purchase the pattern, make a Ravelry project page, and pop in our group and say “Hi.”

The mystery’s first clue will be released on the 8th of October!

August 15, 2018

Coordinate your look!

I am thrilled to share my new matching patterns: Blue Citrus pullover and Blue Citrus tammy.

Worked in the wonderful shades of Jamieson & Smith, you too can knit up a terrific retro look. Or create your own gorgeous palette, unique to you.

If you purchase both patterns together in my Ravelry shop, you will receive a $2 dollar discount, no coupon needed.

Blue Citrus pullover is top down circular yoke design!

July 6, 2018

Larkspur & Snapdrgons: Aug. 2018 MKAL shawl

Inpsired by the wild unkept garden of small flowers creating an overall pattern of colour and shape, these lovely stalked flowers lay one upon the other forming bands of colour when seen far off. May you find your truth and explore the stars with your new lacy shawl!

A triangle shaped shawl with an overall patterning and smaller motif revealed as you get up close. It is worked from the top down. The pattern is available in three sizes, by repeating the first section of the shawl. It was designed for Wolle’s Yarn Creations Color Changing Cotton using a 100g, 150g or 185g skein for a small, medium, or large sized shawl. There are a number of beaded accents (optional).

To join the MKAL simply purchase the pattern in my bunnymuff shop (don’t forget the BOGO through 17 July) and join us in the bunnymuff group to chat and knit along!

June 15, 2018

Catch This Thief

“I have a feeling that tonight you’re going to see one of the Riviera’s most fascinating sights.” -Frances Stevens in To Catch A Thief

Who can forget Cary Grant in that striped shirt and red scarflette/cravat?! Create your own provocative scaflette, fit for the slinkiest of cat thieves!

A brand new – SUMMER KNITTING PROJECT – release from bunnymuff!

A fun little pattern for a scarflette with a ring, worked flat from end to end, featuring a Texture and Dropped Stitch motif. You may make it as long or short as you like (sample shows sterling Silver Radiate ring from Porteness Studio).


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