I am so excited to release my latest pattern. This lovely cable bucket wrap is so unique and a fun way to add some texture in your newborn pictures. This pattern is made in as a flat wrap that simply ties around a bucket. The bucket in the image is about 9″ tall and 11″ across, but with the ties, it allows for some flexibility in the size.
The pattern is available on:
On of my favorite patterns is the lovely, delicate Mohair Bonnet and Wrap Set.
After many requests I have added sizes for the bonnet. The pattern now includes sizes for: newborn, 3-6 month and 6-12 month.
There are two options when buying this pattern. Of course you can get the Set that includes the Wrap and all sizes of the Bonnet.
Or you can order just the Bonnet and still get all the sizes.
Of course you would be able to tell how beautiful this set is without the talent of Christy Mitchell Photography
. She is an amazing photographer to work with from Wallingford, Connecticut. Christy
is the inspiration behind many of my designs and always goes above and beyond with her images. Just take a peak at her work in the images below of the mohair set.
I finally did it!
After many requests from all of you I have added 2 more sizes to the mermaid pattern. It now includes sizes for newborn, 3-6 month and 6-12 month.
Want to order a copy for you? It is available at the following links:
If you have already ordered the pattern you can download the update from your pattern library on Craftsy and Ravelry. On Etsy, try downloading from your receipt, if it is not updated just send me an email with your order number and I will send you an updated copy.
This pattern was an inspiration of one of my clients. She loves cables and really wanted one that ran horizontally. I love how it turned out. The best part about this pattern is how fun it is to make! Plus it has sizes from newborn all the way up to adult.
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Are you having a hard time finding the right pattern for an idea you have? Send me your idea. I love collaborating with others to create lovely patterns for all to use!
I learned this trick some time ago. I am sure there are many other tutorials out there, I am not claiming it as my own. But I do hope you find it helpful!