Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Introducing Little Seasonals!

I'm very excited to announce a new publication that a good friend of mine mousewife and I have put together.1

It's "Little Seasonals", and this first edition contains patterns designed for Spring.

The idea behind this project is to give knitters a selection of season-appropriate knits that are indeed, little.

The two patterns I've contributed are the Frühling Wing Mitts and Shrug, pictured below.

Hannah has designed the lovely (and awesomely named!)
Gauntlets of Flirting (+10 to Coolness) and Shrug of Flirting (+10 to Hotness).
I love a well-named knit!

You can head on over to to download the eBook, and check out the projects on Rav.

There will be three more editions, for Summer, Autumn and Winter, so stay tuned!

Fruhling Mitts
Pattern: Frühling Wing Mitts
Source: Little Seasonals - Spring eBook
Yarn: Knit Picks Stroll
Needles: 2 mm and 2.75 mm

Fruhling Wing - on blog
Pattern: Frühling Wing Shrug
Source: Little Seasonals - Spring eBook
Yarn: Knit Picks Stroll
Needles: 2 mm and 2.5 mm

1 Mousewife is the alter-moniker of Hannah Poon. I profiled her and her lovely designs here on a recent Indie Designer Day.


Julie said...

what a great little quaretet of patterns!! ebooks are such a great idea.

love2stitch said...

I was one of the lucky knitters that was accepted as tester for Fruehlingwing - highly, highly recommend it. Such a fun knit - fast but interesting due to the pattern that runs up the back. Also I am taller and made it a bit longer and it worked out great... only problem is that a friend who visited took it off me right away before I even could take a picture of finished product - she send me note though that she loves it and got tons of compliments!

Hilary said...

Congratulations!! What a wonderful collection!