ALL PATTERNS IN RAVELRY STORE 50% OFF UNTIL MIDNIGHT PACIFIC STANDARD TIME 12 OCTOBER 2017 USING COUPON CODE: thankful
Introducing the Peek-a-BOO Pumpkin Hat pattern… just in time to make some for the Littles in your life, to keep them warm this fall! Perfect for visits to a Pumpkin Patch, fall craft fairs, walks in the park to collect bright fall leaves.
They work up quickly, using aran or worsted weight yarn and a 5mm hook for the hats–use a 4mm hook for the little Topper cat, ghost, and spider. The Toppers look cute in place of a pom-pom on any fall hat, or make them for little pocket pal toys–great as cat toys, too!
The Thanksgiving Pumpkin Hat has also been updated, and for even more fun I added another BONUS pattern in it! It now gives instructions to make 2 sizes of Pumpkin Totes–perfect for Trick-or-Treat bags, or to carry little toys, or for your littles to carry their own purchases at fall craft fairs.
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Happy Thanksgiving to all my fellow Canadians. I hope you are enjoying this fall weekend with family and friends, taking time to think of all the things both large and small that you have to be thankful for.
To help knitters and crocheters celebrate, for today only my Thanksgiving Pumpkin Hat crochet pattern is FREE with the coupon code: thankful
And just in case pumpkins are not on your menu, ALL the 66 patterns in my Ravelry Store are on sale for 50% off… again, for today only!
Please take a moment to add patterns to your ‘Favourites’ and ‘Queue’ on Ravelry, and add to be sure you don’t miss new patterns and sales follow me on Facebook!
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
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Happy Thanksgiving to all my US friends! To help celebrate I am having a BUY 1 GET 1 FREE SALE: Choose from any patterns in my Ravelry Store, and at the checkout use the code: givethanks
You can use the code as many times as you like, for any of my patterns, from now until midnight Pacific Time on November 30/2014.
I will be adding 2 more patterns Friday–the Myadora Cowl and the Myadora Cloth. Both were inspired by a Victorian D’oyley or “Toilet Mat” design and use a lovely, simple spiraling shell stitch. In the Victorian era, a “toilet table” was what we would more likely call a “vanity” today, and the tiny “mat” made in crochet thread would have been used to put under a little bottle of scent or some other small item.