Friday, April 22, 2011


Happy Easter Weekend everyone. Hope that you all have a pleasant time planned for this weekend and that you enjoy it and get the most out of it that you can.

A coworker ordered a couple of our bunnees this easter for grandchildren, and as a result we're working on some small modifications to improve this pattern and design. I always like getting orders for our plushees, but for a reason that you might not expect. Of course its always nice to know that our work is appreciated and that someone will enjoy it as much as we do, but it also gives me a chance to work through a pattern to refine it and to make modifications to the design. So I just wanted to share a picture of the newest bunnee.

I hope to have the new pattern ready soon!

Saturday, April 16, 2011


During the testing phase of this design, things changed a bit and the original idea took a differnt turn. This is one of those unique instances when testers have more influence than they realize. And the result was a very happy consequence. So this is the newest pattern in our collection.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Announcing our newest reversible scarf pattern

We'd like to introduce our newest pattern, DELIAH. There are two sides to just about everything & that is certainly the case with this lovely scarf. Its classic look & intricate cable twist will impress even a seasoned cable knitter.

Simply repeat the 12 rows, then, before you know it, you’ll have a sumptuous scarf perfect for warming you on a cold day. The best part is that it’s completely reversible unlike standard cables, so there is no wrong side. Includes both written & charted instructions! Purchase here.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Reinventing the Double Trio Reversible Cable Scarf

Well folks, It's finally done! After weeks of playing around with layout, hearing input and playing around with layout some more, I feel like I am finally happy with this new format. More great news! Not only is there a new name and new look but also a new lower price! So check it out. It now comes with two printer options to fit different knitters needs.