5.24.2010

giveaway #17

The four winners of the Sandra Singh giveaway are:

Nupur, Kristina, Dale,Lindsay and Shannon (this is one person), and Sheryl. Wow! All the winners have blogs of their own. Congratulations on winning a skein each of SandraSingh.com Exclusive yarn. Please contact me at yarnonthehouse@gmail.com with your mailing info and your first choice for which yarn you would like (either the 3 Ply Merino or the 1 Ply Merino). The first winners to contact me will have first dibs.

Whew! This past week has been hectic. I apologize that this giveaway post is going up a little late. I participated in the Puget Sound LYS Tour this past weekend and it was a lot more time consuming than I imagined. My mind is still reeling from all the beautiful yarns I saw! Twenty five yarn stores in 3 days! It's a lot take in... but more on that later.

This week I have for you the very talented knitwear designer, Christina Wall, here with us. Christina just released her new Whispers of Spring Collection in March and she's here to tell us a little bit about herself and the inspiration for this lovely collection she has designed. Grab a cup or glass of your favorite drink, and sit back and relax while you read her fun and entertaining interview.




1. Christina, please start by telling us a little bit about yourself and what you do?

Currently, by day, I'm a full time wife of a wonderful journalist and mom to an adorable baby boy. By night, I'm a die-hard knitter. In my career days I was a freelance court reporter and worked for the largest court reporting firm in our city i.e. I had no time of my own and no time to be creative. Not wanting to spend the rest of my life in the corporate ratrace, I decided to stop working and take some time to figure out what I wanted to do.

That spring my husband took a business trip to Japan, and I, lonely and suddenly with some time on my hands, took up knitting again. (My mom had taught me when I was little and I continued to dabble in it through highschool and college, but it was just recreational dabbling, nothing too serious.) I remember picking him up from the airport two weeks later wearing a purple cotton tank-top I had designed and knit in those two weeks. My knitting snowballed that summer and eventually led me to take a part time job at my LYS that fall. It was then that I realized I had found my passion. My first official pattern I sold at my LYS was Delia - still available on Ravelry and on my website.

Now I spend as much time as I can designing and knitting and blogging, although I have a few distractions, namely a 9 month baby! =) I lost my knitting studio to the baby, but have a desk in my husband's home office upstairs as well as a desk in the toy room downstairs. During John's (the baby) naptime, and especially in the evening, I can be found knitting or scribbling new patterns at one of those two desks.

2. You just recently released the Whispers of Spring Collection. Tell us about the five patterns in this collection and where your inspiration came from for this booklet.

I loved Ysolda's collections that she came out with last year. I thought they were adorable and brilliant and decided to challenge myself to design an "outfit" collection - a collection of patterns that coordinated or matched each other in some way with a sweater as the main piece. I had just come home with my new baby and had ceased to work part time at my LYS. I think I wanted to convince myself that I could still design - even while working as a full time mom - crazy, I know. But who says you are sane after having a baby? =)

The sweater had been in my head for about a year and I was dying to work it up. The inspiration came from Evenlyn Clark's beautiful Swallowtail Shawl. If you notice, the lace for the upper portion of the sweater is the same motif in the main portion of the shawl.

Once the sweater came together I knew I wanted mitts and a hat that matched the sweater, I just wasn't too sure of the style. The mitts have the same motifs as the sweater -- st st, garter and lace -- and are meant to mimic the sweater almost exactly. The beret I wanted to challenge the motifts as much as possible while still maintaining the same elements. The lace is the main portion which then flows into the garter stitch ring and then a st st band. The slouchy shape with the deep band came from watching the new Emma on Masterpiece Theater - one of Emma's hats is a velvet beret of similar shape.

The cowl and the shawl were inspired by my morning walks. Early in the year, as soon as it became somewhat tolerable outside I began to bundle John up and take him out for at least a 1 hour to 45 minute walk each morning (I was desperate to loose the baby weight, which I'm still working on) =). Each morning I would look for new signs of spring - the bulging red buds in the tops of the trees, the tiny little flowers on the floor of the woods, the green leaves that finally break open on the bushes... thus the cowl got covered in leaves and the shawl begins with garter stitch (the barren woodland floor) moves into a floral lace (the little flowers that pop up on the woodland floor) and then ends with an edging that looks like leaves (the leaves on the bushes or on the trees).

3. What is your process when you start designing a pattern? Do you have a routine?

Ha! I should have a routine but every design is different. Some start out because I'm inspired by a yarn. Others start out because I see a shape that I just have to try to get into a knitted sweater. I will say that the hardest design is when I have the design in my head but I can't find the perfect yarn -- something I'm going through for my fall collection. I have the perfect cable sweater running through my head but I cannot find the perfect, round, Aran weight yarn. Anyone have any favorites?

4. For budding new designers out there, what's the one piece of advice you have?

Knit, knit, knit and submit, submit, submit. Do what you love, don't try to mimic someone else's success, you will be successful only when you are you. My love is top-down, seamless sweaters and coordinating outfits. I don't love knitted nick-knacks therefore, I would not be good designing them.

5. What will be next for you? Do you have new designs in the works that you can share with us?

Yes! I just partnered with Twisted Fiber Art, an Indie dyer, to put together the South Hampton Scarf. I really appreciate the color and uniqueness Indie dyers bring to the table and I look forward to working with more Indie dyers. Knitpicks has picked up a small neckerchief and shawlette design I just did and that will be debuting soon. And, of course, there will be a collection for fall, again, planned around a sweater (the lovely cabled one I can't find the perfect yarn for) with accessories that coordinate. There are some lovely things in this collection - I can't wait to release it... but not until fall.

And, of course, I always have some random, knitterly ideas in the back of my head. One I would really like to see come to fruition is a pattern partnership with fiber farms here in the United States. I hate the fact that most of our yarn that we use gets shipped back and forth all over the world before it makes its way to our needles. It seems so senseless. Instead, why don't we support and build up the sheep and wool industry on our side of the ocean (at least) if not within the borders of the US. Also, I would like to see more done to develop patterns for heritage breeds of sheep and more attention paid to keep the yarn as breed-specific as it can be. It sounds crazy, I know. But I think it would be a wonderful way to begin to knit sustainably. Britain has done this quite successfully and I think it is high time we try.

6. Why do you knit?

Ah, that is a million-dollar-question. Knitting is an art form for me, a way to release all the creative energy that builds up in my mind. My mother is an artist, a wonderful watercolorist; my two sisters can paint and draw but I can't - not at all. In fact, I usually don't draw up my designs when I have an idea because my sketches are so bad. Knitting is the way I draw and paint.

7. When did you learn to knit and who taught you?

I can't remember the age I learned to knit - I must have been very young. At first I mainly crochet, and again, I rarely used a pattern but preferred making up my own (this would have been when I was 7 or 8. My mom has some hideous slippers that I made at this point in my life. I knit my first sweater when I was 14 - I saved up my lawn mowing money and went to the only yarn shop in town at the time. A terrible mistake. It was run by two older women who made the whole experience miserable for me. But I made the sweater and then ripped it out and made another sweater (as a 14 year old I didn't have much money but found I loved to knit. So I would reuse my sweater yarn. I still have a sweater whose wool I used to make 3 totally different sweaters, again, all my own designs, unfortunately I never wrote those designs down).

8. If you were to knit and live anywhere in the world, where would you knit and live?

Hmm... well, I'm pretty happy here. If I were to take a knitting vacation, though, it would be to an island in Maine with heaps of yarn, or perhaps New Zealand where there are boatloads of sheep. Hmm... well, perhaps Samos Island in Greece -- I'll never forget that island - it was so pretty. But just a vacation, mind you. I've lived overseas before, would love to do it again, but love having my family nearby. I didn't have that growing up and would like my son to have the experience of playing and romping with his cousins.

9. What's been your worst knitting disaster?

Ha! My first sweater from that horrid little yarn shop run by those two old ladies. They picked the yarn and the pattern out for me. It was an oversized, pieced, drop shoulder affair made in chunky yarn. It came together fine but it was SOOOOO uncomfortable to wear. I was so frustrated. However, it led me to discover the wonders of Elizabeth Zimmermann and how math is the foundation of a sweater that is comfortable to wear. From then on I designed my own sweaters using the percentage system, only I preferred to knit from the top down, where as most of EZ's designs are from the bottom up. This year I realized I had never made one of EZ's sweaters. I had always used her percentage system to create my own. So... crazy as it may sound, I embarked on a project to knit my way through her book, Knitting Around. You can read about my progress so far on Knitting Zimmermann!

10. And last but not least, if you were to be drinking a cocktail while reading my blog, what would it be?

I love this question! Definitely a mohito - absolutely my favorite. However, to be honest with you, I usually read your blog drinking a good, strong cup of Irish Breakfast, milk in first, of course, and no sugar.

Thank you, Christina, for such an enjoyable interview! Now, onto the good stuff! Christina is offering SIX winners the opportunity to win a PDF electronic copy of her new Whispers of Spring Collection. This collection includes five beautiful patterns and a great short story about a fiber fest.




The first place winner will also receive one skein of Dream In Color Smooshy sock yarn, because we couldn't do a giveaway without a little yarn! This one skein of fingering weight yarn has enough yardage to make the entire Woodland Spring Shawl (the shawl pattern in the collection).




In addition to the fabulous purple skein of Smooshy, the top winner will also receive that adorable felted flower pin handmade by Christina's sister, Heather from The Blackberrytree. How stinkin' cute is this flower pin?! And! Not only is this flower cute, but it is also made from recycled, felted wool. Who doesn't love repurposed material art?!

I would like you to do the following if you would like to be entered into this week's giveaway (I HAVE ADDED AN ADDITIONAL RULE FOR THIS AND ALL FUTURE GIVEAWAYS):

1) Have an address in the US to ship the yarn to. If you have a friend or relative that has a US mailing address who is willing to be your shipping sponsor, that will work as well. I will send it to them and they can then forward it on to you.

2) Post a comment on this blog post by the end of Sunday, 5/30/10, telling us what project is currently on your needles (name and Ravelry link if you would like to share) and why you are knitting this project. Christina says, "I always like to know what people are knitting!"

3) Please post only one comment to give everyone a fair chance.

4) The winner(s) need to contact me with their shipping information at yarnonthehouse@gmail.com within 2 weeks of the winning announcement being made on the blog. If I do not receive an email within those 2 weeks, your winnings will be forfeited and go up for grabs at a future giveaway determined by me.

Again, I'll randomly pick the winners on Sunday and post the results on Monday along with the new giveaway, so be sure to check back. Good luck everyone.

Sincerely,

Ve

174 comments:

Moon Eye said...

I'm working on the "A Little Ruffle" scarf! http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/a-little-ruffle

I couldn't find Drops Alpaca yarn in any nearby stores, so I'm trying out Lush (Classic Elite) ANGORA! :D

Sarah said...

Thanks for hosting the giveaway! I'm knitting a (second) Featherweight Cardigan out of some incredibly beautiful handspun I bought at a Farmer's Market from a local spinner/dyer. I'm pretty much in love with it :)

Sarah (SarahVV on Rav)

Jeanie Farley said...

I am working on a sweater called "A Little Something". I have chosen a 50/50 cotton merino in a color called tangerine. I am knitting this sweater for myself. I plan on wearing it on my upcoming trip to Italy and Greece. I am hoping that the mix of fibers and the airyness of the lace make a nice companion over a tank top or sun dress.

InJuneau said...

I am knitting a Pretty Thing (pattern by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee) with handspun Uncle Wiggily yarn. It will be a gift for my mom.

(InJuneau on Ravelry)

sy said...

i'm crocheting a octopus for a friend. i'm using the octopus revolution pattern
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/octopus-revolution

Kim said...

I am working on a scard. Just a simple knit stitch, no pattern needed.

Jennifer said...

this yarn is awesome!

Amybel said...

Thanks Ve and Christina, it's a lovely collection (and the yarn's great too)! I am doing some quickie knitting right now, swiffer cloths. But I learned how to do bobbles with this pattern :)

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/swiffer-re-usable-cloth

jessecreations said...

I am so excited about this; I've been drooling over the sweater and shawl in that pattern collection!!

Right now I have two shawls on my needles; I'm knitting a Fountainhead shawl with yarn I dyed myself and a Multnomah shawl with yarn I spun myself. I'm on a big shawl kick right now and I really want to use my own yarn as much as I can this year.

Jess

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Jamie said...

Oh oh oh!

Right now I'm working on Cutaway... sadly, it's a lovely heavy wool, and I should be finished just in time for the heat wave we're expecting this week. sigh.

Nupur said...

Ooh, thank you, thank you! I feel ever so lucky to be one of the winners of the gorgeous SandraSingh yarn.

The project currently on my needles: a simple one row lace scarf.

quinn said...

On the needles at the moment is a pair of no-purl Monkeys in Malabrigo Sock. (Yum.) Haven't posted in rav projects yet because I am fooling around with shaping the leg a bit, and am still trying/ripping/taking notes/trying again ;)

kathleen said...

Oh my, I have to just say what is on one set of needles? ; ) I am working on an afghan that is a graduation present - in the school colors of the college where the grad. will be attending this fall. And I am making them on beautiful size 50 needles - I am also creating an exercise tape - weight lifting with huge needles!

lori said...

Just a few things on the needles right now: some pink no-purl monkeys in KnitPicks Felici (so sft!), a wedding shawl for my 2nd daughter in Filatura Di Crosa Centolavaggi, a mondo cable cardigan for me in madelinetosh merino, an Ishbel, in madelinetosh lace, and a blanket for my husband, in Cascade 220. I'm LoriNY on rav!

Tara said...

My current main project is the Apres Surf Hoodie because I was inspired by some long-sleeved tee's I saw paired with some shorts. But of course, I much preferred to knit my own!

Heather said...

I'm working on my first sock design right now, the La Vie de Bois socks. I love reading your interviews with designers! Here's the Rav link:

http://www.ravelry.com/projects/boutrosbabe/la-vie-de-bois-socks

Heather said...

I'm currently working on a pair of slipper socks for my grandfather that I didn't even put into Ravelry because they're so simple and I've made the pattern so often.

But I'm really looking forward to finishing that so that I can start a Gytha for myself. (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/gytha)

Or maybe a Wash's Sweater (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/washs-sweater)...I haven't decided!

Heather said...

I'm currently finishing In threes baby cardigan http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/in-threes-a-baby-cardigan I've been on a jag with this pattern. This one is in Schaefer Laurel and the colors are amazing!

Krystal said...

I am techno-challenged so I don't know how to do the link thing, but I am KrystalB on rav, and the project I am currently working on is a Citron shawlette. I also started a pair of holidazed socks, but mostly I am working on Citron.

kshotz said...

Great interview! My WIPs are very boring...a second sock and my second Citron shawlette. I'm itching to try something new and these patterns look great! Keeping my fingers crossed!

Jessica said...

I am working on "Evangeline" fingerless gloves and the "Brandywine" shawl. I am knitting the gloves from Dream In Color Classy and love it- I would love to try some Dream In Color Smooshy!!

Erin said...

I'd love to win one of the pattern sets, but if you pull my name for the smooshy, feel free to pick another name. Love the stuff, but I've got too much sock yarn as it is, and a lot of it is smooshy. Anyway, I'm currently knitting Tappan Zee out of some gorgeous yarn from Juniper Moon Farm. http://www.ravelry.com/projects/luci99/tappan-zee-cardigan

kelley said...

I'm working on a couple of things right now! Which one depends on what my kids are doing! One is a blanket out of different colored squares/patterns & one is the "summer night top" (rav database name).

StaceyKnitsIt said...

I don't have photos yet on the three projects I've been knitting on and off. Sam, Cookie A. sock should be done soon. Girl Friday, I have to seam and add ribbing. Noro Sweater, had some problems, steeked the sides and sleeves; body fits fine now, but just have to attach sleeves. If sleeves still look odd at the join, I may pick up sts. and knit new short ones.

http://www.ravelry.com/projects/StaceyKnitsIt

Rainlover said...

I am currently working on the Seascape Stole from Knitty, I wanted to knit this up because 1, is stunning, and 2 because I am still rather new to lace and its a alot more simple then it appears to be. I always have at least 4 of 5 things on the needles at one time though :)

Rainlover's Seascape

Username on Ravelry is Rainlover

Jennifer said...

i'm SO close to finishing jarod flood's girasole - seriously, so close.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/girasole

i'm making it for my wonderful grandparents, who have given me so much over the years. can't wait to give it to them!

Jennifer (jaykayknits on Rav)

The Knitting Gnome said...

I am currently designing a toy, knitting a February Lady Sweater, and working on a baby blanket for a baby shower. My projects are on Ravelry (KnittingGnome is my username).

mprezzia said...

Right now, I have a lot of WIP's. I have the Whisper Cardigan from IK, the Felted Tote Bag by Pipp's Purses, Maddox the Monster(my fave!), and a few that have been set aside for a couple of day.
The cardigan is knit in Knit Picks Shadow Tonal(gorgeous deep blue), the bag in Knits Picks Palette, and my monster in Cascade Hand Paints.
Thanks for holding this giveaway!
Maria(ilovewool on Rav)

squiggi said...

Right now, I'm working on the traveling sweater. It's all done and blocking, so I'm also working on finishing some endpaper mitts.
Next up, I'm planning on doing some early christmas knitting with a hammelies in DIC smooshy, gothic rose for my friend Amy.

Laurie said...

I making the Abalone Sweater for myself. It's my first adult sweater - eeks!

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/abalone-4

neejess said...

Wonderful interview! I always have several things on needles. In my lap now is http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/big-brown-bag
Which I am doing in patons wool pinks there for I am calling it my BIg Pink bag

Rachel said...

As always, I have several projects on the needles, but the one I'm thisclose to finishing and pretty excited about is a Traveling Woman shawl in STR Love in Idleness. I don't usually knit with heavily variegated yarns, so every row has been super-interesting to knit!

Sara said...

Ooh, I would love to win those cute patterns! I am currently working on an Icarus shawl that will be a wedding gift for my sister this summer, but I haven't blogged or raveled it so it can be a surprise. When I need a break from the lace, I've been working on Buttercup, a free top-down tee pattern (mine is on ravelry here http://www.ravelry.com/projects/silkworm77/buttercup).
Thanks for running the contest!!

Ginny said...

I'm currently working on a Traveling Woman. I bought some yarn on a trip a few months ago, and I knew I wanted to make a shawlette, and that one jumped out at me.

becky said...

I am working on the Felted Fair Isle Tote (http://www.ravelry.com/projects/gathersnomoss/felted-tote-with-fair-isle-patterns).

Mary LeMaster said...

WOW Paaterns and Yarn!! WOOT WOOT count me in!!!

RoamingKnitter said...

I have two projects on the needles right now and they both are for ME. I've knit for others so much, now I'm relaxing with knitting for myself. One is "The Daily Sweater" http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-daily-sweater
and the other is "Double Eyelet Rib Toe-Up Socks.
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/double-eyelet-rib-toe-up-socks

dragonharrower said...

I'm working on a shawl "Spring is in the Air." My first time beading and I love it so far! :D http://www.ravelry.com/projects/dragonharrower/spring-is-in-the-air

dcanna said...

I am working on a Tree Of Life afghan for a friend's wedding, and hopefully soon something for myself as well!

Kelly B. said...

I am currently working on a featherweight cardi to keep me warm in the office AC this summer. I also have a hat from the book, Hattitude, on my needles. That is a birthday present for a friend.

Now I am off to work on my cardi. Thanks for the great interview and give-a-way!

Lisa said...

Yikes, right now I currently have

- a pair of toe up socks
- the french press felted slippers (I'm done knitting but need to seam and felt them)
- Bella's mittens

After writing that out I guess it isn't terrible :)

Jill said...

Smooshy and a flower! what a special treat!

The Chase Family said...

I've got several things on my needles, but for me I am 2/3 done w/ Susie's Reading Mitts" in Knit Picks Elegance - colorway Jade. Beautiful color! I'm also about 1/3 done w/ Traveling Woman using a yarn I found a few months ago when out of town - can't remember the name off the top of my head, but it's lovely!

knittinwolf said...

On the needles...Upside Down Daisy hat, Centrique shawl, Mr. Greenjeans sweater, sock blanket...

Erin said...

I'm making a big cable blanket as a wedding present for my sister in law, out of Cascade Eco! You can see it at http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Smallesttiger/lovers-knot-afghan It's my first big project and even though I'm doing a little every night I feel like it's taking forever...

The Werling's said...

Im working on Elenka...a CUTE little girls summer dress from knitty.com. My daughter cant wait to wear it..but it's my first time making something of this calliber.
(Ive only made hats and scarves up to this point)

http://knitty.com/ISSUEsummer09/PATTelenka.php

Amanda Werling
amanda dot werling at gmail dot com

Kelly K. said...

I'm knitting my very first pair of socks that I had hoped to give to my mom for Mother's Day but I didn't get them done on time so now I'm aiming for her birthday in mid-June. I'm following a basic sock pattern from Ann Budd's book "Getting Started Knitting Socks." I don't remember what yarn I'm using but it knits up stripes off chocolate brown, magenta, purple and blue.

Rebekah said...

Yay for another giveaway! :) I'm currently working on hand mitts that are my own design.

Beth said...

Oooh...purple!

I'm working on a Kitty Pi for my three cats. I'm going to start by making just one and see if any of them like it before I invest in yarn for two more. :) For yarn, I'm using a rather scratchy worsted weight wool (held double) that my daughter bought at Goodwill. It feels like it will be perfect for felting and will wear like iron. Sometimes I need a very frugal project like this to make me feel virtuous. :D

Joyce said...

I am working on a Pi Shawl in honor of Elizabeth Zimmerman's 100th birthday this August! What a knitting genius that woman was!

Aimee said...

I love that pattern collection! Beautiful cardigan, shawl, hat and cowl - all things I love to wear!

My active project right now is the Let's Go Shopping bag - http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lets-go-shopping---market-bag.

I have a LOT of cotton yarn stashed, so I wanted to use it up and be more eco-conscious by knitting my own grocery bags.

8cowwoman on Ravelry

Barbara said...

I'm working on a stockinette stitch shrug. Its been a while since I've picked up my needles so I figured something simple would be best to help me get back into the swing of things.

Blendab1 said...

I just love her patterns! The colors of the yarn are so great together. I would love to see them in a shawl!

Amy said...

I'm working on the Old Fashioned Tank, Juliet, Liesl, Socks and the Feather and Fan Comfort Shawl.

Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Atw99

Kriana said...

Doctor Who Socks!
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Rista/jaywalker

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I am working on an Aran square for an afghan my guild is making (hoping to finish tonight). I am also working on May 2010 Mystery Dishcloth Kal on Ravelry, which I should finish today. I am also working on a Basket Rib Hand Towel(pattern on Ravelry). The dishcloth and towel will go to the Tennessee flood victims as part of Sharing our Gifts Ravelry Group. Then I am going to cast on the Citron Shawl for your KAL.

Sara Kirby said...

What a great give away! I'm currently knitting a lacy baby blanket overleigh for my Aunt who asked if I could knit this for pregnant woman in her office. I'm using some Plymouth sparkly cream color yarn. i was intimidated by its lace x length size at first, but its knitting up quick!

terip said...

what great patterns. i am currently working on the old fashioned lace top by iris, very lacy adn also have vesper on the needles (miles of st. stitch)

teri p

Lizbert said...

I'm working hard to finish the second sock of the Clessidra pattern from knitty. These are big knee-high cabled socks on 1s so it's taking me a while.

Sherry said...

I am test knitting Harvest Shawl, I am working my way around the boarder. I love the cable twist in the lace.

cherie said...

I just cast on for a pair of simple ribbed socks in Sandra Singh's sock yarn!

TopHat said...

I just cast on Kira K's sawtooth skirt (my project page: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/TopHat/sawtooth-skirt). I'm knitting it because our LYS is having a class for it and I had never taken a class before. I thought it would be a good experience.

Anonymous said...

Actually, I have nothing on my needles right now. But let me explain....It has been so nice for the past week that I cannot bring myself to do anything but be outside and working in the garden. Thanks! Amanda

Kristy Lorenz said...

I'm currently working on a prayer shawl for my aunt who was diagnosed with breast cancer. I'm using a soft blue, lace weight merino.

I'm also working working on several hats to give as Christmas presents in December.

And on top of all that, I am on the hunt for the perfect wool yarns for a Doctor Who scarf that my brother has been bugging me about for months.

woolandchocolate said...

I am currently knitting the mondo cable cardi by Sweaterbabe in Dream in Color classy. I am using the dusky aurora colorway and I love every stitch! http://www.ravelry.com/projects/woolandchocolate/mondo-cable-cardi

Susan G said...

Thank you for introducing us to another fabulouse designer. I am currently test knitting the Nacoya Shawl - I think it has been recently released on Ravelry. It was my first lace project. I am also knitting the "sleepy puppy" from Susan B ANdersons's Itty Bitty Toys book. That's it = just 2 one more than my usual rule of only one UFO at a time - but I knit at the pool while my daughter practices and lately too hot for wool!

Sursi said...

Right now I'm about 1/3 of the way through Azzu's Shawl (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/azzus-shawl). It's my first shawl, and it's going great. I'd love to try one in Smooshy =) Now I've got to go check out Christina's designs.

Ólöf said...

I´m on a mission to knit through the itty bitty toy book in one year. I´m on the 9th toy now and I´m blogging about it as I go. Most of my yarn for the toys are from knit picks. I´m also knitting Alana´s cedar leaf shawlette out of a hand dyed louisa harding merino silk blend and an Icelandic Lopi sweater with real Icelandic Lopi. My Ravelry nick is OlofDrofn and my blog is www.icelandicgardener.blogspot.com

Turtle said...

glad you hit up all the stores, i so thought of you this weekend with a bit of envy, and didn't even manage to make it to bainbridge to at least visit church mouse, oh well, next year!
Great interview, very interesting. MMmmm Mojitos!
Currently i am just finishing up a test knit that is listed but not released yet on Ravelry called Merope designed by Rosemary Hill. I adore knitting and wearing shawls!

Ginger said...

I am working on the Froot Loop socks (I'm sure you can find them on Ravelry), but I don't have any pictures up yet.

Jean Ashley said...

I just started a Chinook Shawl from the Knit Picks Chinook Shawl and Pyrifera Scarf kit I bought sometime last year. I am not too far along on it yet, but I am looking forward to the gradient effect. I am knitting this project for a friend (and fellow knitter's) birthday.

mommieof4munchkins said...

I am working on my first mystery KAL on Ravelry

http://www.ravelry.com/projects/ljaecocker/back-to-school-vest

Thank you for the once again GREAT giveaway! Glad I finally got to meet you this weekend!

Kristen said...

Right now I have 3 different WIPs. A pair of Bella's Mitts, a Chalice baby blanket to be a lap blanket for my grandma, and a baby Owl Vest for a friend's first baby.

Mercy said...

Oh, purple is my favorite color.
I am working on a mystery KAL in a Rav group.


midwifemom@clearwire.net

Emily said...

I'm working on a square for an afghan that I hope to finish by Christmas for my grandmother. So hot for knitting with wool though right now!

Thanks for the contest.
jenniem on Rav

oonagh said...

i've got lots of babies coming this year, so i'm working on "joe the worm" stuffed toys for all of them!!

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/joe-the-worm

adorable, easy, and machine washable when done in the right yarn.....

gorgeous patterns!!! and such pretty yarn!!!

-oonaghfibersmyth on ravelry

Marie-Andrée said...

Thank you for this wonderful giveaway!
I'm working on a sweater for me... this time. I did so much things for my littles girls but now I want to think about myself.

Jen said...

What a beautiful color! I'm currently knitting the wrap me up puppy from Itty Bitty Toys (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/wrap-me-up-puppies) for my niece for her birthday. And I have the Catch The Wave afghan (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/catch-the-wave-afghan) on my needles, too! For me!

adrienne said...

i am working on the mate to ode to frogs and the pond...using bugga tomato frog; just because i thought it would be funny to have "frog pond" socks knit with a "frog" colorway.

project is here:
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/bellybuttonknits/ode-to-frogs-and-the-pond-frog-pond-socks

PurpleGoddess said...

I LOVE Dream in color, this is a beautiful colorway!

I am currently working on 2 projects, one is the Saroyan with some Miss Babs and mixed deep purple glass beads: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/PurpleGoddess/saroyan and the other is The airy Fairy Cardigan with Baruffa Cashwool for my mom: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/PurpleGoddess/airy-fairy-cardigan

Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

I'm working on the Clara dress (the Soaker). Just because I fell in love with it! Getting close to being finished and can't wait to see it!

Rzimmerman said...

Hi! I'm working on many things but my current favorite is a Tibetan Clouds Stole rav link; http://www.ravelry.com/projects/rzimmerman/tibetan-clouds-beaded-stole
am working with a bamboo sock yarn - but am so happy to see this giveaway - love the smooshy yarn and the patterns are super again, thanks!

emxlenie said...

I am working on one of my misknits that i created for a former teacher. this misknit's name is herz and its shaped like a heart! it's totally adorable. also on my needles is iris the gourmet monster by rebecca danger. one arm in process. body done one leg done. so excited for both of them!!!

emxlenie: ravelry

Sarah Lewis said...

I'm currently knitting a dinosaur washcloth and a pair of pineapple socks.

sadiekate on ravelry

Shirley said...

Project? Don't you mean projects? I don't think I've ever had just one thing going at a time. Right now I'm working on Eyelet Cardi, Lucy in the Sky cardigan, a scarf and a pair of socks.

Jen said...

Well, I haven't gotten it on ravelry yet but I am knitting Hourglass Eyelet Scarf out of the Interweave Holiday Knits 2008 magazine.

phoenixfire said...

I'm knitting the Geodesic Cardigan in Malabrigo Lace. It's so soft and light.

phoenixfire on ravelry

StephCat said...

Projects by other designers that I'm still counting as WIPs that I really do want to finish include the Galileo Mitts, Polar Chullo, St Brigid, and Lau.

But honestly I've not had much time to work on any of those, I've been working on my own designs.

Projects here: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/StephCat

Sheri said...

I currently have Citron shawl on the needles, because I needed some mindless knitting.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/citron


Sheri from Ky
Momasly@yahoo.com

Catherine said...

I'm currently knitting the Tilted Duster sweater from Interweave Knits Fall 2007. I'm knitting it for ME since I spent much of the spring knitting gifts for others! :) Would love to win this giveaway, those patterns and yarns look lovely!

Sara said...

Oh, that yarn and pattern are lovely!!!

Tanya said...

Right now I am knitting on the Phenomenon Mittens that I started for NaKniMitMo...Yeah, I'm late:-) But I'm knitting them because they are so cute!


http://www.ravelry.com/projects/kniftyknittingmom/phenomenon

Darlene said...

WOW these giveaways get better every week! I am working on a new Feb. lady sweater aka Beach lady sweater and 2 or 15 other things!

quiltsalot3 On Ravelry

Marsha A said...

I'm working on the Blue Jeans shawl (http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Pyra/blue-jeans-lace-leaf-shawl), in some blue Malabrigo sock yarn.

Susanne said...

I just discovered your page. How fun and interesting. I am currently working on the Easy Lace Stole. http://www.ravelry.com/projects/Strickmuse/easy-lace-stole
I am planning to wear this with a cute little dress I have and want to wear to a friend's wedding in December.

Tanzi said...

I'm working on several things: A pig washcloth (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/pig-out), the last is a series of washcloths by this designer I'm making for friend who's expecting, plus I've got the Spring Beret (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/spring-beret), the Fern Lace Scarf (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/travelling-fern-lace-scarf), and the Harris Tweed Scarf (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/harris-tweed) in the works as well.

Daniela said...

I'm knitting knee warmers in alpaca for my grandmother who has arthritis. Since I could not find such a pattern on the web I will post the finished pattern on Ravelry. Wish me luck!

kat said...

I'm working on Sunflower Design's Evenstar KAL Shawl - it's slow going... most everyone else is done already - but I've had some crazy life things.

The pattern is awesome, and I chose it because I love Lord of the Rings (She's got a whole pattern series!!). Thanks for the great giveaway!

Cindy said...

I am knitting mousey from Whimsical Little Knits ... I am late on a wedding present, so including a gift for the cat as well

3 "JT's" said...

I am making the Liesl sweater by Ysolda Teague. I enjoyed this interview a lot and look forward to seeing more from Christina Wall!
Jenny (jrt35 on Rav)

knitterlydesigns said...

I am working on finishing a baby blanket for my second baby that is due June 18th. I love Christina's designs, and plan on making something for myself next during my sleepness nights with my new one.

(angelasmith on Ravelry)

patsy said...

I am knitting the citron shawl in a lovely handpainted sockyarn because I thought it would knit in nicely in this blue and green colorway. patsycoats@bellsouth.net

Rachel said...

Printed Silk Cardigan by Connie Chang Chinchio in Purple Haze Classic Elite Yarns Fresco for myself for the cooler summer nights I'm not used to now that I live in NY!

toastyyak said...

I'm working on 'emma' a pattern of Christine's - and it's in Dream In Color - but classy, not smooshy in the color Midnight Derby. I made one boo-boo so far, but I like it. I did an extra repeat of the two garter stripes around the neck. And I _love_ the way that you do the bottom/placket/collar all at one go, and the mitered corners - great design. I only have half of the second sleeve to finish and I'm all ready to go. Oh, it's for me.
Thanks!
(spicyfleece on Ravelry)

Amy said...

I'm knitting a Cable Vest by Sarah Hoadley... http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cable-vest-2. It is supposed to be for a friend that is having a baby in 3 weeks, but seeing as we are due at the same time, I keep putting the knitting off in favor of getting ready for my own little one. Oops!

Christine said...

oh my...talking about yummy sock yarn....I have a sock project..2 socks....doing the Magic Loop and since this is the third sock this week on the needles, I'm trying to get very good a doing this. So I'm doing a study in sock knitting and doing it almost perfectly.

Mujercita said...

I'm working on my third Citron shawl right now- I can't seem to stop knitting them!

Tracy said...

So many projects! But the one I am actually really working on is a log cabin style blanket made with Noro Kureyon. I think it's going to look really neat!

sacha said...

Man this is exciting- I am currently making my daughter a hoodie (The Amazing Wallaby) and have just finished a wonderful mohair shawl for a friend. Hope to win the yarn this week- purple!

kimz said...

I'm currently working on the Tappan Zee cardigan, but it's been set aside as I crank out pairs of Saartje's Booties for a slew of upcoming baby showers. Cute, easy, and, most importantly, quick!

katerina said...

Christina - your patterns are beautiful! Right now I am finishing up Lutin (small toy) and am trying to get back to finishing my Knitting Olympics project - Fallen Leaf Shawl.
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/fallen-leaf-frilled-triangular-scarflette
Thanks for the great giveaway!

Katrina said...

I'm knitting Ellis Dress for my co-worker's 1st granddaughter. First baby item I have made in a cotton yarn, and I am really loving it.
I won't mention the several other projects on my other sets of needles...

Kelly-ann said...

What an interesting interview. Right now, I am working on a Cookie A. sock (Wanida) with some Socks that Rock - super pretty. Even though I am a monogamous knitter, I will be casting on some fingerless mitts tomorrow for my son's teacher (thinking about the Fetching mitts.)

Janelle said...

Thanks for the great giveaway!!! I'm currently working on a baby gift....a sweater and matching hat out of self striping sock yarn. It's a quick and easy project. :)

Sereknitty said...

Oh, I would die for that shawl pattern and my fave DIC yarn! Currently on the needles is a stuffed toy frog by Amy Gaines, using LB Cotton Ease. I've been on a knit toy kick lately (likely due to the vast amount of friends popping out babies), but was just thinking that I needed something lacey for my next project :) BTW, even though I'm Canadian, I do have a US post box, too.

Heidi said...

First, love the bright colors used in the whispers of spring knits- great junxtoposition of modern color with classic lace! Just started the Girasole blanket. I usually obsess before choosing a project, but for this one I late night impulse bough both the pattern and yarn! Whoops!! I guess it makes sense to buy a blanket while suffering from insomnia!
Bigheidi on ravelry

Barb T. said...

I am currently finishing up my Tea Leaves cardigan and knitting a 2nd Felicity hat--makes total sense; 90 and sunny in Florida--in Dream in Color Classy Dusky Aurora!!

Elizabeth (pixiewear on ravelry) said...

I adore that sweater. If I don't win, I'll be ordering the pattern booklet anyway. Thanks for the great interview!

Doula Mommy said...

Beautiful giveaway!
I'm knitting the babydoll set in Itty Bitty Toys for my daughter's birthday. It's so cute!

Robin said...

I'm working on a Citron shawl in the new Knit Picks Shadow Tonal yarn in the colorway Royalty. Along with 5 or 6 other projects that occasionally get attention.

susanmhj said...

I just finished "Just Enough Ruffles" scarf for my niece in a nice cotton/linen/bamboo for her summer birthday, then yesterday read over Norah Gaughans' Roundabout Leaf Tank. I have yarn to start it and thought I would swatch tonight. Also have yarn and pattern for Kiama, the "Harlotized" cardigan in "Party by the Shore" Which one do I start first!!??
Susan

heather said...

I'm currently knitting Manu, because when I saw it I instantly thought, "Spring!".

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/manu

Elisabeth said...

I am knitting a lace shrug with Classic Elite Silky Alpaca Lace in colorway "Night." Yummy! Here is the ravelry link to the pattern: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lace-shrug-3

Sarah B. said...

I'm working on Miriam Felton's Cloisters Wrap, which I'm adding some beadwork to for my best friend to wear at her wedding in October. I went and got myself pregnant (joking, totally planned except for the timing) and am due three days before her wedding, so I figured I'd better make her something beautiful to make up for missing the day!

Connie said...

What a fun give away. Thanks for the chances.
I just finished Traveling Woman, have Gust on the needles as well as a top down sweater and a red scarf project.

Samantha said...

My main project right now is the Kerrera Cardigan, which looks like it will officially be my first cardigan/sweater -- I've started a few that are on a timeout and others that have been frogged. I chose the pattern for its interesting details: double garter stitch trim, reverse & regular stockinette, slanted pockets, and a hood to boot.

http://www.ravelry.com/projects/swellest/kerrera

Rachel D. said...

Currently I have three active projects. The first is a wedding shawl for my sister-in-law, pattern "Gail" on ravelry, using Dream in Color, Starry. Second is a pair of socks using Knit Picks Felici "Time Traveler", and I'm using it to make socks inspired by Dr. Who. Last is an on-going, long-term scrap granny square blanket.

Anonymous said...

Love love love the new sweater pattern!

I am currently working on the Traveling Woman shawl...almost done so I definitely need something new!

Anonymous said...

Another wonderful interview and giveaway! I'm currently working on the Cedarleaf Shawlette and am about to start a Clapotis. I realized that I've not made ANY of the Ravelry "classics" and am working to fix that right away!

bookboxer

Marlitharn said...

I'm working on an Easy Bamboozle Lace Cardigan (free pattern on Ravelry) and I also just cast on for a pair of Birch Leaf socks (from "A Gathering of Lace"). I don't think I've ever had just one project on the needles!

trh said...

I'm working on a Mr. Greenjeans sweater and starting a Shalom Cardigan. But if I'd seen that shawl pattern, I would have started it first - it's beautiful!

JodyH said...

I've got several projects going right now, but I'm working like mad on a "Harris Baby Blanket" in pink because I only have 2-3 weeks to finish!

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/harris-baby-blanket

Sarah said...

I just finished Charade socks

http://www.ravelry.com/projects/sarahland/charade

and I am off to my LYS now for a bit of inspiration on what to knit next!

Joanna G said...

I am working on a felted tote right now. But with summer having sprung here in MI and with lots of outside yard work to do, my knitting has not been receiving much attention (she says, hanging her head).

beartifix said...

On my needles is the "Cate" sweater by Kim Hargreaves. I am using Rowan kid classic, which is very pleasant to knit. This one is hopefully going to be mine. (My sisters tend to steal my handknits.)
Thanks for the giveaway!

Jenifer said...

On my needles...how much space do I have? :-) Active on my needles, I have two different socks (one that completes a pair and the first of another pair) and a swatch for a baby sweater. The sweater I'm knitting for the Patons Yarns blog.

kewpiedoll99 said...

I am working on a shawl that I am sample knitting for Jennifer Heverly of Spirit Trail Fiberworks. You can watch my progress on it on Ravelry - http://www.ravelry.com/projects/kewpiedoll99/pine-and-ivy - but as it's fine lace knitting I am making slow progress despite my fingers flying whenever possible...

JP said...

I have a long suffering Dr Who scarf that really needs to be completed.

Currently I'm finishing up Saroyan for the YOTH shawlette KAL in a mystery yarn that I purchased from a thrift store. After this I have Emma Peel (from Mason Dixon) ready to go for my littlest one.

Kristin said...

I am knitting a baby blanket for a friends baby. Its the http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/bulky-baby-blankets from the Purl Bee!! It's off white with a pink edging. I chose Plymouth Mega, and Encore. Not a natural fiber, but sooooo soft and it makes such a nice squishy blanket!!

kristinfitzgeraldon Rav

JuliaA said...

my current project is a fun fur bear for my niece. among others. :D

katherinelynn_04 said...

I am currently working on the knit giraffe from "Itty Bitty Toys" for a friend's baby using cascade 220 superwash. It is a quick fun knit so far and I look forward to giving it at the baby shower!

Eva said...

Gorgeous yarn. Gorgeous patterns. Adorable pin! A win all around :)

Debbie said...

I am working on "Buttercup" obtained off Ravelry using Hemp for knitting. Love it so far. Thanks for the give-away!! Very exciting.

PNWBookGirl said...

I'm working on a Hoodie Dog Coat for my puppy - http://ravel.me/pnwbookgirl/3v5gp We're camping this weekend and I'm not sure of the weather. Leeloo is a 3 month old Yorkie so she needs help maintaining body heat.

Tami

Spikey said...

Am working on Elizabeth's Wrap Up, a great multi-use shawl from a kit that I bought at Stitches East. A fun, easy, super fast knit that should result in a very versatile shawl.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/elizabeths-wrap-up

mountainweaver said...

I am trying to write a pattern for my lazuli bunting.

http://www.ravelry.com/projects/mountainweaver/lazuli-bunting--male

The giveaway yarn and patterns are totally awesome! Thanks for hosting this website. It has to be a lot of work every week

Kathy

Jaime P said...

I'm working on the multidirectional Noro scarf.

tamiknits said...

Another great interview. I love reading them. I have so many projects on the go right now, I'll have to recap the top layer. I just started the Springtime Empire top from Creative Knitting. I'm working on the Vernal Equinox Shawl, and carry a plain(my design) sock and the makings for the Spud & Chloe blanket. (I'm using up scraps from other projects to make it). That's just the top layer in the WIP Basket.
Happy Knitting

Anonymous said...

Thanks for giving as you do. There are so many of us who will apreciate the gifts!
Currently making a self-designed sweater for my future mother-in-law, a vest for my fiance', a cabled sweater for myself, a teddy bear made with my 1st skein of hand-spun(for our Hope-to-have-a baby-soon Chest,) and just casting on a pair of socks to thank my aunt for her kindness through the years.
If you would like pics, just let me know!
:)
-K ("likingtheride" on Ravelry)

Jillian said...

Oh, I love that shawl pattern, so gorgoues!

I am currently knitting a Citron for myself (my project link: http://ravel.me/Jillian79/c1 ), after knitting a shawl for a birthday present recently. I love the idea of shawls and their many uses. I can't wait to be able to wear it, and so I can start another shawl pattern. :)

historychica said...

I'm working on (among other things) the Aran Bag I found years ago in a pattern-a-day calendar (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/aran-bag-2) in a denim colored yarn. I'm hoping that if it comes out well, I'll finally be able to convince myself to retire the denim bag I've been using for 10+ years that wants to fall apart.

Maegwin said...

There are a few things currently on my needles! One is a pair of socks I'm designing for my five month old. She has really long feet and none of the store socks fit her. Just a little ribbed sock but I've never made anything without a pattern so this is a first. I also am making an afghan for my sister-in-law's wedding in September. It's the Saffron Cables pattern and I'm most of the way through the first repeat. http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/saffron-cables
I'm Maegwin on Ravelry. :)

Helene said...

I am knitting a pair of Jaywalker socks out of Opal Petticoat. It is my favorite sock pattern.

Elly said...

Thanks for this great giveaway :)
currently I am test knitting a blanket using Berrocco Comfort yarn. I love helping out designers by testing for them!

Thanks for this chance to win some cute patterns!

~Eliana~
(IknitCupcakes-Ravelry)

Katie said...

I'm knitting a shawl with scraps of Cascade 220 with an improvised pattern. something easy after just finishing Calais (on ravelry and free!)
Katie (alaskafriend on Rav)

kirika3 said...

Lovely giveaway, and i always love your Q & A sessions with all the artists. it was great finding out a little more about Christina.

On my needles are a of Jaywalkers. my 2nd pair of socks ever. i knit up a pair for my mum as a mum's day gift. she loved them, and i had so much fun knitting them. i knew i just needed a pair of my own.

Good luck everyone, and i hope you all have a great memorial day weekend :D

Pavla said...

I'm making the Clara dress for my niece Dana out of Malabrigo silky merino. Check out the beautiful light purple color: http://www.yarnzilla.com/product_info.php?cPath=1_1235_1448&products_id=7417
You can see more information on my Ravelry page at: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/pavlas/clara

Holly said...

Currently on my needles are the Citron shawlette and my first pair of socks (plain 3 x 1 rib, nothing fancy)! Neither has progressed very far, but I'm so excited about each!

Natalie said...

right now, i'm working on a mesh grocery bag made of organic cotton. i'm trying to make an effort to use less plastic bags, and this is the perfect light, portable project for summer.

Cat said...

I'm working on a pair of plain stockinette socks out of Lorna's Shepard Sock. It's the ultimate in comfort knitting!

Piet.knits said...

I work on so many projocts at once that it's hard to pick just one! But I'd say I'm working on my Mom's birthday gift, Daybreak by Stepen West the most. I'm making it out of Hazel Knits Cami Chic, fingering weight and Rowan 4 Ply Soft.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for offering such beautiful yarn.

I'm working on the Jacques Costeau hat pattern which is free on Ravelry. It's for my brother who's been hinting that he wants one for months. :)

Purlescence on Ravelry

Andrea said...

My current project is the Aran Necklace Camisole from the spring issue of Interweave Knits. It's super simple and I love the color of the yarn I'm working with.

http://ravel.me/peatmoss83/anc

Allison von Berg said...

I'm working on some size 15 tow up socks for my husband from the Ch'Naca yarn store website.

Beki said...

I am working on Bella's Mittens. Well I was finally cranking the second one out when I incurred an injury to my wrist and have been trying to work my way through it so that I'll be well enough to finish soon. Not knitting is driving me CRAZY!!!

Kaylee said...

I just finished Abrazo yesterday and wore it to a wedding that afternoon. It was very comfortable and stayed on without a shawl pin. I just started working on Percy to see if I like lace knitting on both sides. Thanks for offering this giveaway!

Jane Prater said...

Of the seven projects currently cast on, my favorite is the linen a-line skirt. It's an original pattern and my second skirt. Linen, once washed, becomes all drapey and swirly. Wearing a knit linen skirt makes me feel girly and sassy.

livin4fishin said...

I am working on some rainbow socks for myself knit out of lornas laces "rainbow". They are toe up magic loop vanilla sock out of Wendy Johnson's book "Socks from the toe up". Would love to knit some socks out of smoochy.

funderbug said...

Working on Wisp and loving it!
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/funderbug/wisp

ReneeInez said...

Christina,
I'm a new fan...though I realize that I have "favorited" several of your patterns on Ravelry already! Your Whispers Collection is wonderful.

YarnOnTheHouse said...

POSTING FOR THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. Thank you everyone for posting! -Ve

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Melissa H said...

I was just fixing Sherry's link to the Harvest Shawl http://www.etsy.com/listing/47381911/harvest-shawl-pattern

Thank you for linking me!!