The Illicium Afghan, published in Twist Collecitive
Bet’cha Sweater The knitted twin of the crocheted Attleboro Sweater.
Herringbone Mittens Knit on the bias with an “unvented” thumb construction
The Carpette Bag, a small complex jewel of a project.
The K a p o w Cowl, with a Heroic and a Mild Mannered side
I wanted to sell a small, not too hard pattern to raise funds for my library, because, you never know, the city might run out of funds, cut back on workers hours, and we might lose some of our State certification. Horrors, I’d have to buy all my own living books for Charlotte Mason-ish homeschool, instead of ordering them through the SAILS network and having them show up as soon as if I’d bought them on Amazon.
Then I’d have to store them. In my own apartment. Well, we can’t have that!
So for every $5.00 pattern you buy, I’ll donate $4.50 to the Friends of the Attleboro Public Library. That’s the non profit group that is able to accept money from regular people. They chip in for museum passes, books, and programs, like the ballet this summer in the large print room.
Download my Free Pattern for the Nine Patch Washcloth
The Attleboro Sweater is available for free.