So after half semi-thought out, half impulse, I got myself put as a designer on Ravelry. I have used my Queen Of The Deck Afghan as one of my deseigns.
I have received some interest in it which makes me hopeful for future designs. So far my pattern(s) are free on request but soon I hope to have a paid pattern up.
After a practically crochet-free 2008, I am having a crochet-full 2009. I have already finished two projects and am currently working on three. A baby afghan, an adult afghan and a sweater, all in tunisian crochet. Now all this in addition to a full-time job as well as I’m supposed to be studying, plus have a social life. So this is how I am juggling: the baby afghan is worked in panels so I am doing a panel a week (actually Mon-Wed), I’m doing the sweater on Thursday and Sunday, finally the adult afghan on Friday and Saturday when I have time, considering that it’s 200 stitches wide sometimes I only get five rows done a day. That’s okay though because I’m trying to make it big so I’ll just do as I go until it’s finished and I’ll start other projects around it. But I have so many ideas now, and so many I want to start but I want to finish at least one that I’m doing now. Also Kim Guzman has a new book out, Tunisian Around The Home that I want to get which has 13 patterns. So which me luck and hope I don’t drop a ball.
I promised in the last post that the pics of the baby sweater and hat were coming, so here they are.
Ignore the dates for some reason I always need to reset my camera’s dates, and I always forget.
To all my fellow bloggers and crocheters out there I wish you all a Very Happy, Prosperous and Productive 2008.