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Candy Corn Patterns
Fall Pattern Set
Buy the Candy Corn Dishcloth Pattern and the Candy Corn Coaster Pattern as a set.
The combo pattern is for sale through Ravelry for $2.00. Click on the button below or on the right sidebar that says Buy Now. You do not have to be a member of Ravelry to buy the pattern, but you have to use PayPal.
The pdf download will be 4 pages as one download instead of two separate downloads (only for this Fall promotional offer)
The patterns give step by step instructions to make these cute fall decorations to give as gifts or sell at charity or craft booths this fall.
Add these to a gift basket with some packages of Cider Mix, Hot Cocoa, a Mug, and throw in some candy corn candies (and some cute candy corn stitch markers).
Materials: 3 skeins cotton worsted yarn – white, yellow, and orange
sample shown in Sugar N Cream yarn
Needles: size 6 or 7
Size: Dishcloth – 8 to 10″ triangle shape
Coaster - 5″ triangle shape
The local news station reported this segment on a lady knitting sweaters for trees! I need to go see this!!
This link is the news story about the artist (Suzanne Tidwell) – there is a short annoying commercial at the beginning, but the story is so worth watching if you are a knitter. Click HERE
This next video is just tree sweaters set to beautiful music….Nice!
I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw how many hits my blog got on Feb. 5 and Feb. 6. Yowza!
Someone added my link to knitting paradise site. Thanks.
5,942 hits and 11,494 clicks on Feb. 6…..
I have been adding free patterns to my blog for 5 years now. Whenever I see a free pattern that is exceptional…I add it to my list …right up there at the top tab “Patterns”. I get between 60 to 300 hits most days . . . but this was Great!!
Thanks for looking – I Love It!
I do need to check some of the links, I do that occasionally, but haven’t for the last year. We had a horrible family tragedy that left us all in alot of pain. This happened after I lost my Dad (my daughter lost her twin boys), so it was devastating. It takes awhile to get over this and I hope you will be patient – I haven’t been able to concentrate on knitting like I use to – and to blog something just seems unimportant .
I got so happy when I saw how many people were visiting my little blog.
DEMAND THE RIGHT TO KNOW !!!
Each and Every one of us has the right to know what is in our food.
This fall, the Center for Food Safety introduced a petition to the FDA, demanding labeling of GE (Genetically Engineered) Ingredients.
HERE is what you can do:
Visit the justlabelit.org website and sign on, or submit your comment to the FDA
It takes two minutes.
Now is the time,
or we lose our right to choose
J U S T L A B E L I T ! !
I had to take some pictures to share of the colorful Fall Leaves. It was a beautiful day to rake some Leaves !!
Knitting project I finished is called “Fall in Seattle”. The yarn is Misti Alpaca Handpainted – color “Seattle”. ..since I was born in Seattle, I could not resist buying this yarn. Love It !! Free pattern called “Favorite Scarf Ever” by Lisa Bruce….pdf H E R E