The response to my Owl Puffs pattern has been so over whelming in the almost 9 months that it's been out! I never expected the silly little pattern I designed one evening with my daughter to be such a hit. I'm also always blown away by the creativity of others! I've seen Owl Puffs, with sweaters, wings, hair, and even an Owl Puff coin purse -which is on my list of things to make! And, the question of "what do you do with them?" always makes me giggle.
So, when I got a very nice email from a fellow knitter who had translated the Owl Puffs into German, I thought "how awesome is that?!" I took her translation and set it up as close to the original English version as I could. Now even more knitters can enjoy the Owl Puff fun!
Owl Puffs are available free as a download on Ravelry! A huge thank you to Maddie Milimani for translating the pattern!
I'm so excited to share Orbit the Outgoing Alien! He's been hanging around here for sometime now, and I originally had other plans for him, but things change. He's a great pattern for an introduction to toys, or a quick knit for experienced knitted toy makers.
Orbit's a friendly little guy that love to meet new people! He's ready for some summer fun, so get your knit on!
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Thank you for all of the Birthday wishes!
Thank you to all of these wonderful ladies for gifting me patterns!
-Tina "BloomingKnitter" for Henslowe by Beth Kling
-Dawn "knittinwolf" for The Lady Edith by Karrie Steinmetz
-Aimee "froggymonkey" for Vodka Lemonade by Thea Colman
-Lois "KnittingsMyBag" for The Lotus Flower Socks by Wendy Weber Deeds
-Diane "Knitabulls" for Kleio by Rosemary (Romi) Hill
Thanks to all of the ladies at Knit Night for all of the wonderful gifts!