We’ve been looking at all that amazing Anzula Fiber from the trunk show, and now I have samples to show you! It took some persistence on my part, but I was able to get permission to photograph the samples that came with the show!! It was very exciting! My wonderful model Meredith Grace set aside an entire morning and we photographed 7 pieces made from Anzula yarns. I also had her wear 3 of my pieces. I never miss a chance to show my work on a model.
This cowl is a brand new pattern for Anzula. I don’t even have the information on it. When I get all of that, I’ll be sure to let you know. This particular cowl was crocheted by Sabrina, who is the face of Anzula. Everything about this is lovely, and if you are in crochet, I definitely recommend making this cowl.
Lovely Lily and her mom Meredith Grace loved showing off my matching sets! Don’t they look cute? Wouldn’t you like this for you and your dog? I wrote the knitting pattern to accommodate dogs from S-XL with instructions on how to make one in a custom fit in case your doggie falls outside my measurements. You can always drop me a line here and ask for some help if you need it!
Do you guys use Yarn Bowls?
New unfired Elephant yarn bowl with log hook holder.
This particular bowl is a custom order and I enjoyed creating it …so it will be available as a ‘made to order’ item at earthwoolfire.etsy.com once this has been glazed in a few weeks time.
Sometimes the hardest part of a knitwear photo shoot is having to hold onto the pictures! Even though I took these last April, the pattern did not release until this week. So I had to keep myself from posting very many of the pictures from this session.
The designer is Linda Sellick of Canada. People, this woman can knit! Her pieces are divine. If you are a shawl knitter, then you really should try her patterns. Here’s the pattern on Ravelry.
The Yarn Club, one of our LYS’s really does a great job with high end trunk shows. Andrea, who owns the shop, has the most beautiful fiber in the area. She has a wonderful eye for what works, and is an incredible knitter. I’m going to be spending more time over there soaking up technique and working on my skill set. I finally have the time in my schedule to allow it, so I’m going to take advantage of it!
It’s a surprise I don’t have to keep any more!! My Etsy shop is live and adding new items every week! I have knitting patterns and some finished pieces as well. I’m offering matching sets for people and their dogs!! How COOL is that? I wear matching pieces when I walk Willie, and people are always commenting on how cute we are. Oh, and we’re warm!! Look good AND stay warm? That’s a great concept!
Spunky, cute and with a dash of attitude. That’s the Celebration Scarf, an original design and knit by PattyMac Knits. That’s me!!
Please drop by my ever expanding Etsy shoppe and favorite and share my items! It’s really appreciated and helps me to rank high in searches.
Since I’m all about scarves this week and beautiful, natural models, I thought this was a great reblog to share! It’s technically a stole, but you know what I mean.
Nimbus stole by Dawn Catanzaro
From Brooklyn Tweed’s “Wool People 7” Collection
Photographed by Jared Flood
Download this pattern here: http://brooklyntweed.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2&products_id=285