Saturday, Pattern Day #49

Saturday, February 21st, 2009
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As you can see from the last few posts, my new camera has lead to a rebirth of interest in crafting and blogging my own stuff. Last semester was insanely hectic, but now I am freed to do all sorts of unnecessary but fun activities. For example, I will be making gnocchi tonight (from scratch!) and I did a little knitting on the way to and from the Science Centre.

Of course, that is not to say that I don’t have massive amounts of work to procrastinate on, which is another reason that I am more interested in crafting. This is my to do list:

  • Secret important thing that is awesome that I am co-writing
  • Poster on work I did for my masters thesis
  • Design 200 stimuli for a cool new project I’m piloting next week
  • Design another 120 stimuli for the other project I’m starting that is also cool
  • Final draft of publication from my honours thesis work

Instead of doing any of these things, I did my taxes. And now I will do Saturday, Pattern Day!

If you are knitting or have already knit a pattern that I’m talking about, leave me a comment and I’ll update my post with a link to your version. If you’ve written up a pattern and you want me to link to it, send me an email or leave me a comment and I’ll post it! It makes the list longer and my job easier.

  • I love these two warming items from the same designer: Keep Me Warm Cowl and Vortex from the recent Knitty.
  • Russian princess in exile is squooshy and makes me want to watch Doctor Zhivago without falling asleep during most of it and waking up and having it still be on because it is 100 hours long.
  • Cute cute cute! Owl and Snake, examples here. Also Zackie Zebra.
  • These Vespergyle Mittens are pretty to the max, example here.
  • Bowling Pins that are Ducks!
  • Flexi Cowl is made with Noro, so I cannot turn it down.
  • Carla’s Blanket (example here) has a bunch of really cool stitch patterns that could be turned into anything you want.
  • This Snapdragon Scarf is massive and could actually be quite practical in Canada.
  • Bear Hat! As the name would suggest, a hat with bear ears.
  • Clapochet is a crochet version of Clapotis.
  • This Celtic Cable Neckwarmer is pretty darn classy.
  • I totally want to make this Princess Daisy Hat. I have been wanting to make a beret this winter but never had the time, but I think I will be knitting one this coming month. There are 5 patterns in the running, stay tuned to see which one I pick!
  • These Polly Jean socks are cute.
  • Do you want to reach super nerd status, but can’t bear wearing a pocket protector? Wear this Cylon Centurion hat instead. Which reminds me, apparently it’s been revealed who the 5th is! I have to watch the new season so I don’t get horribly spoiled by someone randomly walking by and talking about how surprised they were when it was revealed that blahdiblah was the fifth cylon. Also, my fellow Battlestar nerd friend asked me to guess which character turned out to be gay and I guessed Gaida and it was Gaida! It is right there in his name! You cannot make this up.
  • Wishbone is also kinda nice. Not sure if it’s just the photography that makes me unsure of what the final product would look like on a human.
  • Just Like a Peasant Cap, example here. It is super awesome.
  • Can’t do a pattern day this month without linking to owls, PDF here.
  • That’s right, owls!
  • Sunray (PDF) is another cute neck warmer with a nice stitch pattern.
  • And last but certainly not least, Puppygurumi! Example here.

I’ll try to be more regular with the pattern days from now on! Thanks for putting up with my slacking!

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5 Comments to “Saturday, Pattern Day #49”

  1. Thanks for the link! There are some great patterns on this list! I especially need to check out Clapochet!

    Comment by
    Amber
    February 21, 2009 @ 5:16 pm
  2. The peasant cap pattern link doesn’t work from her webist. I left a note there.

    Thanks for the patterns! I love pattern day. Now, have to figure out which to start first. B)

    Comment by purple penguin
    February 22, 2009 @ 7:09 pm
  3. Thanks for the link and thanks too for compiling such a fab list. OWLS!

    Comment by emmms
    February 24, 2009 @ 3:24 am
  4. Hm, well the peasant cap link seems to have been fixed now!

    Comment by Eve
    May 4, 2009 @ 5:33 pm
  5. Thanks for adding my link, knitted example Carla’s Blanket, to your website.
    Keep on knitting ….. all patterns of the blanket are now available for download.

    Comment by Caroline Tamtama
    November 3, 2009 @ 1:40 pm

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