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  1. Get ready to say ‘Check meowt’ in this ultimate cat lover’s tunic-style sweater. Yep, it's FINALLY here... I am so excited to share the release of my first garment design, the What's New Pussycat sweater! 

    WNP Pattern

    Following on from my other kitty based design, the Whats New Pussycat shawl, this tunic-style sweater is designed in honour of our little feline friends and is the purr-fect pattern for any cat lover!

    The pattern is available on Ravelry or from the Website 

    Pattern Details

    The garment begins at the hips and is worked in the round with a feather and fan lace border and continues in stockinette stitch through waist and bust shaping. Then, you will work the sleeves to the underarms where you will join them with the body to make the little kitty face lace yoke and ribbed neckline.

    You will need 2 contrasting colours for this project. I would recommend making the cat motif section in a lighter, solid shade. The beads for the cat eyes and nose are placed using a crochet hook and you can personalise the cats by using different colour beads for each pair of eyes or keep them all the same. 

    WNP (1)

    For more information on the pattern including the sizing and materials required please check out the pattern page

    Until next time - happy knitting! 

  2. April has been a busy month and I have been having lots of fun with the dye pots and creating some lovely new colourways!
     
    Here are some of the new skeins now available on the website, click on each picture for more info...

    Fiesta Beach

    Botanicals

    Mountain Lake

    Rebellious Rainbow

    Sea Jewels

    Spring Joy

    Flower Press

    Lifes a Beach

    Worldwide delivery is available through the website. At the moment there is a limited quantity available for these colourways, if an item is sold out or you would like a colorway on a different base or a same batch quantity just drop me an e-mail at [email protected] and let me know as I'll be dyeing up some more next weekend. 

    Until next time, happy knitting!