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Pulling Threads

Pulling Threads

Issue No. 6,   June 15, 2012

Welcome to the sixth issue of Pulling Threads, the official newsletter of Picklesnot Design. Pulling Threads is a monthly publication intended to be a comprehensive look at what is going on with PsD.

Running Behind

I blinked and suddenly it’s June. How did that happen? Between upheaval at my LYS and a week long bout with a pain flare-up it feels like I’ve been running behind. However these are simply excuses. Time simply ran away from me.

Pattern Progress

Briar Rose is coming along beautifully. (I’ve actually made more progress than shown in this picture, by about 4 inches or so.)

The pattern itself is half written in a form that I am pleased with that will require little editing once completed.

As you can see from the picture, there are some significant changes from the original inspiration. The collar is now in moss stitch, and there is now a definitive border running down the opening which has been moved from it’s original orientation.

True, it’s taken longer than I anticipated to push Briar Rose out the door and to the public, but I would rather do this right the first time.

On another design note – progress has been made on a design that is scheduled to be published in October. If you are a fan of Steampunk and have a little one nipping at your heels be sure to keep a look out for further news and developments.

VaCation

Summer is here! And that means Picklesnot Design is going to go on a mini vacation. Even Picklesnot needs some time to recharge the creative mind on occasion. Pulling Threads will not be published during July. (The announcement for Briar Rose will be posted regardless.)

You know you want it

Interested in my patterns, free or other wise? You can find them here. When purchasing a pattern it will take you to Ravelry to finish the transaction and the pattern will automatically be emailed to you. Please remember that all patterns are in PDF form and require a PDF reader.

PsD’s Etsy Store still has some wonderful things available for purchase. Don’t forget that I take commissions as well!

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A Fibre Arts Enthusiast, a writer of fiction, a would-be foodie, and a collector of champagne glasses...Owner of Loose Endings Studio.

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