Over the holidays I had the delight of having my pretty niece over and found her willing to model a triangle scarf hoodie that I designed recently. Here are some photos showing the various ways the scarf can be worn: as a glamorous hoodie, as country-walk wrap and as a casual over-sized scarf (regular or faux-infinity scarf).
You know me: I love the glamorous hoodie version the most.
So easy: just wrap it loosely around your head and use the tails of the triangles to secure it in position and warm your neck and shoulders, en passant.
Free Triangle Wrap Scarf Hoodie Knitting Pattern
Garments that can be worn in different ways are all the rage. (Trust me, my ‘How to Make a versatile cardigan like the Bina Wrap’ is one of my most popular free patterns these days… )
So, in line with that trend, then, this week I am giving away 20 free copies* of this knitting pattern!
I’m in Paris now as we speak. Coming Monday, when I’ll get back I’ll raise it back to the regular price for the pattern: $5. Be sure to get your copy now!
*In exchange for pattern, I would like you to email me some feedback about the pattern so that I can improve upon it. Once you have created a shawl, please be so kind so as to post that project up at Craftsy linking back to the pattern. I would so appreciate this.
Now, it’s Time for a (Linky) Party
This week I am continuing the feature of what you are looking forward to in 2015 and what you are ready to shed in 2014. New writing schedules, personal stories, best crafts of 2014, new plans for 2015…. all welcome. Not just craft project posts.
This linky party has a special theme: Farewell 2014 and Hello 2015. Share with us what you look forward in 2015, and what you are letting go of in 2014. Or, if you want to focus on positive events or accomplishments in 2014, you can share that also. Just as you can share your ideas / DIY for your new year celebrations or recent creative project. Just label your link-up image according to your intention.
This linky party will be open for several weeks. Maybe you’d like to write a journal post on this topic to share it here. If you have less time or are not inclined to share personal stories publicly, I am making the title section extra large so you can add a sentence explaining your link-up (without having to rewrite your entire article to match it up with this link-up)
Please link back to this party from your blog, so that everyone can share.
The 10 best entries will be pinned and promoted! Hopefully yours!