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Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Jane Bennet strikes me as elegant in a quiet sort of way, soft-spoken yet not without desires and opinions. I like to think of her after becoming Mrs. Bingley, wondering if wealth would change her or if she would continue in her quiet manner. I think she would, but I believe her elegance would be more noticed by others.
I suppose you’re wondering who Scarlett is. Well, I’ll tell you. She is the little sister of the main character in the first novel I published, titled The Seer. It’s a contemporary fiction novel with a sci-fi twist and some other cool stuff. And throughout the course of the novel, the main character, Sterling, is knitting a pair of gray gloves f...
Knitting: Beret, Tam
Emma Woodhouse is undoubtedly one of the most fun and interesting characters Jane Austen ever created. Yes, Emma has her faults, and she starts out a bit immature. But I love how her choices, though quite bad in many cases, take her on a journey that changes her forever…and leads her to the discovery of true love.
Knitting: Shawl / Wrap
Step with me into the delightfully colorful life of Elizabeth Bennet, whom I much prefer to call Lizzie. I hope you find much to enjoy and much to learn as we delve into Lizzie’s personality through the knitting of this shawlette. Can you imagine her wearing something similar on one of her much-loved walks? Would she have worn it to Pemberley, p...
This pattern, along with the matching fingerless gloves, is for the knitters out there who want show their appreciation to God for the redemption He gave us through His son, Jesus. Crosses are created amongst the cables and are a subtle, yet powerful reminder of the One who gave His life for us.
Braids and ribs give this neckwarmer a lovely texture that is pleasing to the eye. Crafted in soft yarns made of cashmere, silk, and merino wool will ensure that you will stay nice and toasty during the cold months. Designed to match my Delicate Fingerless Gloves.
Knitting: Fingerless Gloves
This pattern is for the knitters out there who want show their appreciation to God for the redemption He gave us through His son, Jesus. Three crosses are created amongst the cables and are a subtle, yet powerful reminder of the One who gave His life for us.