Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Been a While

No following here, so I am not that concerned. However, I have created another pattern for a felted purse. This is a backpack purse that automatically closes when you put it on your back. I like that idea for security purposes. So here is a picture of it.

Now, I am still undecided about charging for patterns. I have had lots of people asking me lately about it and some say I should at least charge a little bit. Haven't decided yet since I am so torn. But I still will teach my classes for any of my patterns at $10 per person per session. Sessions run from 1-2 hours depending on he day/time/project. Same with the number of sessions to complete a pattern. But when compared to other classes at yarn stores, etc. everyone tells me this is cheap!

Monday, July 27, 2009

Felted Purse Class

I have been asked by several people to do a felted purse class. So I thought I would offer it out to the Universe.

The dimensions are 8 1/2 x 5 x 6 1/2 (height, which can be increased) with straps made to desired length.

When: Saturday, August 8th from 1:30 to 3pm.

Where: Starbuck’s on HWY 34 and I-25, in Loveland, Colorado

Cost: $10

The class will take about 1.5 hours and will include I-Cord, the basic bag directions, and tips for felting. If you are interested, please let me know so I have a head count. You will get information on materials once you confirm and a pattern on the day of the class. Thanks!

Michelle Thomas
The Uneeknitter

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend

So I named this pattern. DH took the picture so I apologize for the quality. He isn't always a willing participant in taking them and does a fairly poor job. I haven't blocked it yet either, but I wanted to show it off. I am quite happy with it and can't wait for others to begin knitting it as well. I already have 3 people signed up to do this top as a class. :)

Friday, March 27, 2009

Raglan Top...coming along

The raglan top I created for a new class is coming along well. I have finished the sleeves and am very pleased with my results. I just have to finish off the bottom of this top and I will post it for all to see. Then, I will probably finish off the 3rd Easy Stripe Sweater before casting on another original summer top design that I have already mapped out in my head. Exciting!

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Easy Stripe Sweater Pattern

I have made 2 of these, am working on my third, and have now had 3 other people make sweaters from this pattern. The one girl liked it so much she is making a second one with some modifications. We will be posting pictures of all the different ones on but in the mean time, here are the pictures of the two I made.

If you would like the pattern, you can download it here:

Easy Stripe Sweater Pattern
by Uneeknitter