Patterns Galore

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From my shrub in the woods

 

I don’t think I can show you these patterns but you can find them easily on Revelry.

Here’s what I found today that I love:

Easiest and Fastest Ever Baby Booties by Saschavan Wagtendnk.

These baby booties do not have a tie to keep them put, but they look cute.

 

Trick of the Tog by Jeanne c. Abel.

This wrap looks like it stays put! I love this.  The pattern calls for A Lion Brand Yarn called Beautiful You.  They say it has lovely drape.  I think this is one time I should not substitute yarn.  I’m very tempted to purchase the yarn……..

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First wild geranium to bloom!

Finally, a dear friend of ours who we have known since our teenage days at McDonalds is now bald and said he would love a hat I have knitted.   So I found the 1898 Hat by Byrnes that is a free Revelry Pattern.  I will put it in my library for Mark!

have you gone down the pattern Rabbit hole lately?  Do tell….

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Author: compassionknit

I've moved from irisheyesknitters.blogspot.com to compassionknit.wordpress.com on Nov. 7 2016. It is still me! glad you found me

15 thoughts on “Patterns Galore”

  1. I have been looking and looking on Ravelry for a summer shawl. Trick of the Tog looks perfect, but it is the kind of pattern I cannot do — my eyelets never line up correctly. I may have to resort to another Hitchhiker!

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  2. I enjoy looking at patterns on Ravelry. I am amazed by the generosity of so many designers. Even the pay-for patterns don’t cost an arm and a leg.

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  3. I love looking for patterns and will check these out. I have knit 1898, it is interesting construction and fun to knit. It keeps the ears warm and STAYS PUT!

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  4. Trying one more time to leave a comment. I’ve left two and they’ve disappeared into the inter-webs somewhere! I love to browse on Ravelry and look at patterns. I can while away many hours doing so. My library is so full of patterns I will never make them all. Have a wonderful day.
    Blessings, Betsy

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  5. When I was trying to find a perfect shawl pattern I did a LOT of googling.. but when I found the Sunday Shawl I haven’t had to look again.. I love it. Thank you for your concern and thoughtfulness about Dayle’s surgery.
    ((hugs)), Teresa 🙂

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  6. I try to limit myself to a little Ravelry pattern browsing only on Fridays when the rest of my “work” is done. There’s always something fun and wonderful to find there!

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  7. I’ve been down that rabbit hole myself lately but mostly looking at how different yarn works with different patterns. It’s a real time killer.

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