One of my favorite things to do when I have a little down time is to browse the newly posted patterns on Ravelry. If you are a knitter or crocheter, or spin or dye yarn, and you don’t know about ravelry yet, you must take a break from me and go over there! Wait, wait…don’t do that. Finish here and THEN go over there. Once you are there, you won’t be leaving for a very long time so, please, finish here first! 🙂
Okay, back on topic: the newly posted patterns on ravelry. I love looking at them. A lot! They give me ideas and inspiration. Some of them speak to me as if to say, “Remember that fantastic yarn you got in Asheville? I would be the perfect pattern for it. Go, go now and get it and begin!” Speaking of yarn, my stash seems to be getting dangerously low. Well, low in my opinion. My husband would probably beg to differ. Note to self: go yarn shopping very soon!
For those of you who knit, I want to give you a sampling of what you can find on Ravelry. Sit back and prepare to be inspired to start yet another new project! **One little note, you may have to create an account and log-in on Ravelry to view these patterns. It’s free!
This cute beanie hat pattern is available for free! You can download a pdf file of this adorable hat pattern. On the pattern pages, you will also find some basic info about each pattern including where the pattern is published, if it is free or what it costs, the yarn and needle size the designer used, sizes available in the pattern, and much more. Such a true wealth of information!