"Looks like a bag of tropical flavored sour patch gummies!" Simply put, it's YUMMY! So hence, introducing the...
I've actually had this one ready for release for a while, but with the Christmas season pressing, I just held onto it until after the holiday rush was over. I know for me that this is the time I start planning projects for the new year and can do a little relaxed hooking for myself instead of gifts for everyone.
Once again, in typical Felted Button-esque style, I've tried to put together a
I also am tickled when the back of the project looks as beautiful as the front--and this one does, I think.
One of the most amazing things about designs is seeing what happens to them when you change up the colors! Take a gander at this beauty by one of my testers, Cass Dodge, who chose a lovely palette of primary colors! (I'm really loving the mustard in there.) And now it looks so different--one that would be fabulous in a boy's room.
I would rate this pattern at an intermediate skill level, but probably only because of the post stitches worked together--I detail them in the pattern, too.
I made this sample with I Love This Cotton from Hobby Lobby (7 colors and 11 skeins), but I think it could be made in any colors of worsted weight yarn. Goodness, it could be worked in any weight yarn, too! Versatility makes me happy.
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I've spent some time reviewing my designs this past year and it has been a BUSY one. I'll blog about my year of designing next week--but I'll have nearly 30 new designs (mostly blankets) released this past year! That's crazy! Just call me a hooking fool! ;)
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