Thursday, February 26, 2009

Sweetgum Duncan--a new knitting pattern

Confession time: I've been keeping a secret from all of you. While I distracted you with pretty pictures of food and whatnot, I knit an entire sweater and wrote a knitting pattern! The pattern is called Sweetgum Duncan--an homage to a friend of mine who loves anything with red and white stripes. I'm especially pleased with this design, as I have written the pattern in sizes XS to XL, and it will be published in the spring issue of popknits! Click here to see the preview. The free patterns will be available March 4, 2009. [Ravelry link.]


9 comments:

littlebirdbigcity said...

That's beautiful! I too love anything with stripes. Thank you for the great pattern!

Christine said...

Congrats on the publication! It's a really cute sweater.

Desiree said...

I recently wrote a knitting pattern for the first time and let me tell you, now I really appreciate how hard it is to do! So congratulations on writing a pattern for a whole sweater AND getting it published! The sweater is super-cute, can't wait to knit it.

CanarySanctuary said...

What a pretty sweater! I must admit, the name is incredibly awesome too. Congratulations :)

KimKF said...

Very sweet. Congrats on the publication!

APA said...

Your new knit is as sophisticated and fashionable as the vintage patterns you share with us on Thursdays. Thank you for your devoted research, your diligence in posting, and, most especially, CONGRATS on the spring publication. You're a talented woman who continues to contribute to the world of art, driven by your passion and creativity. Rock it! :)

Hilary said...

Congratulations, Meghan!! It is a gorgeous sweater -- though what else would we expect?!

Roo said...

this is amazing meghan! seriously my next project!! can't wait for it to come out tomorrow.

Christina Wash said...

That is so beautiful! I think I will give it a go and make one fro my mother, she loves red and white too!