Tag: patterns

Important Pattern Update – Blooming Hearts

I felt it was important to post about my update of Blooming Hearts. It was horribly written. Here is a list of what has been updated.

  • bphdc was added to keep the petals from fall through the holes behind them.
  • Listed what CA, CB, & CC where on the square.
  • Properly named a st (fptrtr was really a fpdtr).
  • All rounds now have stitch counts.
  • round 2 had sts missing – they are now added.
  • Round 12 had a few things missing – they have been added.
  • Round 13 has had tapestry crochet added to it – you can always use 1 color if you prefer. Photos added as well as a list on how I changed the colors.
  • Round 11 & 14 have been totally rewritten.
  • Round 15 – 17 had counts wrong to a degree. I wanted the corners to be where the’leaves’ where. However no matter how many times I redid those rounds how I had them written it did not work so I moved a few stitches around and it worked how I wanted it to. The counts effected are the first few stitches at the beginning and end of the rounds.
  • Removed round 21 & 22. My square ends up being 12 after round 20. If yours doesn’t there are plenty of ways to add rounds or change the size of your square online.
  • Gauge has been added.

If you cannot update your pattern on Ravelry please let me know. I know charge $1.99usd for the pattern so it may not let you. If you would like an updated pattern please contact me on Ravelry or here. If you contact me here make sure you add your Ravelry name so I can gift it to the correct person. I will make sure you have the pattern in your library before gifting the pattern to you.

NEW PATTERN: Mushi Mushroom

For a while now I wanted to make a few mushroom amigurumis. I looked for some I liked. I tried some. They were good. But they weren’t quite what I was looking for. I decided to make my own in how I envisioned it. This is how this came about.

It is free. If you want a PDF you can pay $1usd for it on ravelry. Check out the pattern page for the pattern & link to the PDF download. Don’t forget to add it to your Ravelry queue too! Also if you find an error please let me know!

NEW PATTERN: Lean-to Scarf

About 4 months ago I was bored and wanted to make a scarf. I didn’t want to do the patterns I had found to be pretty because I would have to pay attention to the pattern. I needed a mindless knit that seemed to work up fast – instant gratification. I came up with this pattern and decided to share it with you all.

Lean-to Scarf

It is free. If you want a PDF you can pay $1usd for it on ravelry. Check out the pattern page for the pattern & link to the PDF download. Don’t forget to add it to your Ravelry queue too! Also if you find an error please let me know!

Revamping All The things

For years I have been trying to edit my patterns properly. I really never get around to it. I decided for 2018 that this will be what I am going to do. However I had this in my head for so long I wanted to get started ASAP and actually do it. I started last week. I have so far edited and corrected some patterns. I am starting at the squares and working through the kitchen items. I have also doled out the testing and editing for my scarf patterns to Hev & Grace. My Mom is making the potholders I have patterns for and letting me use pictures for them in the pattern revamp. I have the hope that by the Summer of 2018 it will be all done – however I plan on it being done by the end of 2018.

I also decided to revamp my site a bit. I will no longer have personal blog posts on the main site. I plan on making another blog as I kinda figured out how to use WP Multi-site thing they have. I am doing this because I am sure people really don’t want to hear me brag about the mount I got from the fel-spotted egg in WoW and stuff like that. When I get it set up I will link it somewhere on the site.