20.1.12

Nine Lives of a Ball of Yarn: LookBook and Patterns


In case you've just joined us in this Nine Lives Series, all the fun started here.  Almost every day, I created a new project to use up all the gorgeous Burly Spun yarn I had left over from another project that, well.... just didn't work out.

And, in case you don't want to fish through all nine posts, {Because all you really want to see are the photos.  It's ok, sometimes I do that too.} I've put together a LookBook.  It's my first one.  Ever.  I'm no graphic designer, but I'm pretty excited with the way it turned out.  I hope you like it, too!

If you are interested in purchasing the patterns in this series,
you can click "buy now" for instant download.

The Nine Lives of a Ball of Yarn
$9.00

Yep, you know it!  That's only a buck per pattern.  Awesome, right?!

You can also find the patterns over on Ravelry and in the shop too.

p.s. I really want to make this available in ebook form for my Kindle/Nook/electronic lovers out there, but my Kindle/Nook/electronic lovin' friends all tell me that ebooks with a lot of graphics and images are hard to read.  I don't have a Kindle/Nook/electronic gadget to use as reference, so if anyone has any opinions on the matter, I'd love to hear them!


2 comments:

  1. Have loved your Nine Days series! Particularly the items for men. I find them so hard to knit for.

    In regards to patterns on electronic gadgets, I have an iPad and knit quite a few things following patterns on it. I actually liked it better in regards to some fingerless gloves I knit for my mom.

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  2. Thanks so much, Carrie. I agree, that it's always hard to find patterns that men would actually use or wear. I may have to borrow a gadget from someone and try it out for myself.

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