Brick on iBook
I’ve been playing around with the ePub format lately and tried this with Brick pattern.
When I’m on the go, PDFs work great in iBooks or GoodReader on my iPhone, but I need to adjust the zoom and fiddle with it a bit to get the best view of what I’m doing. ePub version may be kind of plain, but I can easily adjust the font size and just the whole general readability increases much more on the small screen.
Anyway, the PDF version is provided free on Ravelry, but if you have a smartphone that supports epub format, try it!
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I’ve picked up the needles again lately and just realized how deprived I was! I’m just so happy I’m a knitter.
Ever since I started seeing the mini-leaf lace pattern and making Leafy Shrug, I wanted to making a hat out of it. There are some such patterns, perhaps most notably Foliage from Knitty, but I was wondering if the decrease on the crown could be less noticeable. I decided to see if I could make one myself and I came up with this pattern.
Knit in all lace, it’s perfect for the spring — thus the name!
Special thanks to my lovely friend, Sue for modeling, and lovely knitters who helped test knit!
It’s available in Ravelry.
This little scarf was kind of an improv “design” I did 1-2 years ago. I didn’t think of it much until recently I wore it when meeting a friend and she loved it so much. She’s been waiting for a knitted item from me so I told her I’d give it to her, but I thought I’d write up a pattern before that. Fortunately, I have some notes I jotted down in my Google docs. Here’s what I gathered up to the best of my memory. Enjoy! Continue reading “Ridges” »
I love to put on a cozy hat on cold winter days. I wanted to make something that’ll easily cover my ears as well for those extra windy days, but I hate seaming.. (yeah, can you tell by how I even made an app from that sentiment?)
So I just made one with no seaming!
Continue reading “Thick Lil Ear Flaps Hat” »
Another super-late post about Mustard, a v-neck sweater I knit using Raglanify.
I’ve been wanting to knit a long-ish sweater with this color for the longest time. Knitpicks City Tweed, in Lemon Cure colorway. Sooo unbelievably soft and flexible, and the tweed makes it even more lovable.
Continue reading “Mustard” »
A super-late announcement, but as some of you know already, I’ve launched another app, Raglanify, which generates raglan sweater patterns. It is available in all mobile Apple devices (iPhone/iPad, iPod Touch) and most Android devices.
It was launched late December and it’s been getting great feedback, as well as some not-so-great ones about what it still lacks. Some of them are metric measurements/needles (now included!), yardage requirements, and more custom measurements.
We’re working on these and many other new features! If you have other feedbacks, please feel free to email (there’s a support email link on the Settings page on your app) or join our group on Ravelry!