It has become ridiculously apparent that—what with CraftLit people being better—you’re also rawther prolific.
As a way to pool our resources and share the benefit of your genius, please take a moment to toot your own horn, as it were, in the comments below—name; book, movie or pattern title; links; the whole shebang. I’ll pull your posts up and add to this page, organizing alphabetically, whenever I have a sec. In doing so we will create a Compendium of CraftLit Classics and widen our net of support for the wonderful things y’all are doing.
- Stefanie Bold—Hi Craftlit Listeners!
Heather invited us to talk about ourselvers, so here I am. Not too long ago I started writing up my own patterns. It is mostly socks, on which I like to play with patterns that include the gusset into the design. Not your ordinary socks! Sometimes I also come up with a lace shawl and lately I ventured into mittens and hats. On Ravelry you can find me as “stebo79”. Check out my designs at http://www.ravelry.com/designers/stefanie-bold. I also have a blog in German–http://hobbyatelier.blogspot.com.
- Erica Hernandez—Adri’s Butterfly Pattern (free)– http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/adris-butterfly
Easy as Pi Dishcloth Pattern ($2US)– http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/easy-as-pi-dishcloth
Jane’s Ubiquitous Shawl (WWMDfK?)–http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/janes-ubiquitous-shawl
Bertha’s Mad, Mysterious Mobius (WWMDfK?)– http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/berthas-mad-mysterious-mobius
The White Wool (WWMDfK?)– http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/the-white-wool
“The Knitting” (story on Knitty)– http://knitty.com/ISSUEwinter05/FEATtheknitting.html
- Christine Guest—http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/herringbone-parallelogram-scarf written for fingering, sport, dk or worsted weight yarn, use what you have!
http://www.ourcurioushome.net/ our family’s homeschooling adventures–minus whatever embarrasses the children.
- Margaret (Sneakybeaky on Rav) Rubiano—
- Melissa Weaver Dunning and yes, I am a weaver! I also spin, knit, dye, and teach all these things for local and national guilds and at the John C Campbell Folk School and The Mannings. And I love books — CraftLit has been a tremendous source of entertainment and enlightenment for me.
You can see more about my classes on my blog–http://www.melissaweaves.blogspot.com, where I try to post about most of my classes and various other things, like the 50 Breed Fleece Study.