Updated patterns!

I'm in the process of updating my old patterns, particularly the bibs, to include charts. I'm rewriting some of the directions to make the patterns even easier and including alternative methods for beginning the bibs and for making the ties. Look for these patterns in the sidebar to see which ones have been added. It's a slow process, but eventually, they'll all be there!

Monday, May 25, 2009

Quacking Up!

I've always thought that grandchildren were the best thing on earth, but now I know what may be a close runner up.... test knitters!! "Quacking Up!" has been thoroughly test knit by some wonderful volunteers . I know I've thanked each of you personally, but let me do it again here publicly! Thank you, thank you!!

Here then are the patterns for the cloth and bib. I have to confess that I really do like this set. I think it would look good in almost any color too! Scroll down for the line by line directions and I'll try and get the pdf files up as soon as I can!

I do apologize for those of you who also volunteered, but didn't give me an email address. I had no way to contact you, but next time, if you provide an address, I'll take you up on your offer! Although I was ready to quit after the last disaster with the Puddles cloth, this has been a great experience, so I may just do some more!


Vicki Suan said...

oh my goodness, how cute is that pair. thank you for sharing your patterns with your fans.

Barbara Bradford said...

Oh please never quit, I love seeing your projects. I have a mile long, Want-to-do list.

kaykatrn said...

Absolutely precious! Penguin, too. Thanks--they will get good use.

susanmark said...

Thank you for allowing me to test knit these patterns for you. I love your patterns and test knitting was so much fun.


Kathy... said...

This must be my favorite design of all! LOL - I think I've said that before, and will probably say it again some time.

Anonymous said...

The duck is so cute! I can't wait to look at your other patterns.
It was great seeing you again after such a long time.
Fiber does keep people connected!