Spring has arrived! That means that Winter is Past, and so it is time for the last little 1 Clue Mini Mystery Project!
The full pattern will be released next Friday, but if you want to pre-purchase you can read the notes about Materials needed, and then the pattern will be automatically updated next Friday!
“What am I? I’m fun or functional! If you make me for children, they’ll have oodles of fun; if you make me for adults they’ll save a ton!”
This is a small, quickly made project that can be easily adjusted to make in many sizes, out of many fibres! I first saw the item in an 1891 Victorian family magazine and realized the versatility it offers.
KNIT, CROCHET & SEW INSTRUCTIONS: ALL INCLUDED IN ONE PATTERN!! IT DOES NOT MATTER IF YOU BUY THE KNIT OR CROCHET PATTERN.
FREE FOR 1 WEEK SIGN-UP FROM 20 -27 MARCH 2015 and then it will be just $1.95. USE COUPON CODE: freemystery
I hope you will take a moment to add the pattern to your Favourites, put in your queue, and link to my design on your project page, as a thanks for the free pattern, to help me out!
I WILL UPDATE THIS BLOG POST, OR the Ravelry West Coast Fibre Arts Group thread called “Mystery of Winter Past Discussion” with information about yarn amounts, needles & hooks, etc. The most yarn I have used for 1 item is 100g of Bernat Felting, with a 4.5mm hook, PLUS stuffing–I used unspun sheep fleece. Remember: you can use acrylic yarn, wool, alpaca, anything you like, and any weight you like! You can use any stuffing you like, too!