Mad May is a month-long celebration of all things Madelinetosh. This is an annual event in the Madelinetosh Lovers Group on Ravelry. Not one to be left out of a celebration, I got an early start by putting every Tosh yarn on sale at 15% off. There is a great selection in stock right now and more is on the way, including the new spring colors! Just to whet your appetite, I’m including pictures of the spring colors. Yes, I’m very, very bad!
Sale ends at midnight on May 31.
Cape Town Rainbow
Falling Leaves Sock
Come join the Pick-Your-Own-Pattern Sock KAL on Ravelry. The only requirement is that you knit one of my sock patterns. There are five to pick from and they are shown here.
Green Goddess Socks
With the BOGO pattern sale going on now on Ravelry, you can get two patterns for the price of one. (If you are interested in getting Shani as part of this sale, please just purchase the other pattern you want and I will send Shani. Since this was originally published in Twist Collective, I can’t offer it for sale on Ravelry.)
The official start date is April 11, but you can start on or after that date.
There will be a drawing for free patterns for anyone who completes socks by May 11. If you would like to participate, please just post into this thread.
Hope to see you in the KAL!
I am running a buy-one-get-one free pattern sale on Ravelry through April 15. Place any two, four, or more patterns or eBooks into your cart by clicking on “add to cart” from the pattern page. The free pattern(s) will be reflected in the cart once you have added at least two patterns. Add four patterns and two will be free. This offer will work for individual patterns as well as two-pattern eBooks. With an eBook, it’s like getting three or four patterns for the price of one! See all the patterns here.
Rushmore Hat & Cowl
Green Goddess Socks
The scavenger hunt to win a $170 addi click 10-needle set is underway. If you haven’t joined, there is still time to do so. The last set of clues will be posted tomorrow, but the answers aren’t due until 12 noon on Sunday. If you want to play, just visit this thread on Ravelry for more details. Thanks and good luck!
addi Click Turbo needle set
Come join the second annual scavenger hunt to win an addi Click 10- needle circular set valued at $170. The set includes ten sizes of needle tips, from US size 4-15, three different lengths of flexible cables to join the tips, a connector, a needle gauge, the addi heart pin and a carrying case to hold it all. Circular knitting needles have always been uncomfortable for me because the needles were too short to accommodate for where I like to hold them. Ever since I tried addis, I haven’t knit with anything else and I can’t recommend them highly enough.
So how can you win the set? Starting Monday, March 24, I am running a scavenger hunt that will take place on Ravelry. Participate in the hunt, send in your answers by the deadline and you could be the winner. For more information, please read this Ravelry post.
Eden Prairie is one of the editor’s choices in the current issue of the Patternfish Newsletter. It’s one of 62 designs in the newsletter, and yet, I think it’s fair to say that I am over the moon about it. I knew it was coming, but had no idea when. It’s a nice morning surprise and I wanted to share it with you!
Whitman Sampler has just been published. It’s a bias knit cowl or infinity scarf that is knit flat, as two separate strips, then joined with a three-needle bind off. Rolled stockinette edges are picked up and knit in the round. Plain and patterned borders are used to separate the different colors. You can use 4-8 colors plus a border color, making it a great stash busting project.
Whitman Sampler is being offered at a special introductory price through midnight on March 11.
If you can cast on and bind off, knit (there are no purl stitches in this project), pick up stitches and knit in the round, this will be an easy project for you. Learn more about the pattern here.
Thank you to everyone who voted in the Knit Along Poll last week. The big winner was Eden Prairie.
There was quite a lot of interest in other shawls as well:
So I have decided to run a Pick-Your-Own-Pattern Shawl Knit Along with ten shawl patterns to chose from. We will begin March 14 and there will be prizes and giveaways for KAL participants. If you would like to join, please post into this Ravelry thread!
Did you vote today?
It’s time again for the Annual Knit Along Poll. You pick the pattern, I host the KAL and give away some free patterns, and maybe some yarn. Please post your interest in joining the KAL into the poll thread. Polls are open through the weekend. The winning pattern will be the one with the most votes so make your voice heard now!