Overflowing with Excitement!

I’m so excited this morning! My first pattern, Flying Without Wings, has just gone live on Ravelry. Officially my pattern test doesn’t finish till Friday, but six out of eight of my testers are done, and I just can’t wait any more! I’m really loving the process of designing and making my own patterns – although I really wish I had more time and hands to knit with! I’m working on my second design, but my third is already planned and I just need the time to finish number two before I can get with it and do all the maths and swatching. I really want to thank everyone who has made such helpful and supportive comments while I’ve been working on this! It means a lot to me.

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I’m Liz and I'm a Scottish Knitwear designer! I design and write knitting patterns for accessories, produce tutorials and write about what I do!
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2 Comments on Overflowing with Excitement!

  1. Oh congrats Liz! All of that hard work has really paid off! That is such a beautiful shawl (I’m not really a lace knitter but you have seriously made me want to give it a try)! I’m so excited for this new chapter in your crafting life! Congrats again!

  2. Congrats! The shawl is beautiful and has gone straight in my library 🙂 I think the new name you’ve chosen is lovely.

    Here’s to many more!

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