Yesterday, I was notified that my fonts would be available for the public by today, and sure enough... They're here!So, if you'd like to download my fonts, they are now available from MyFonts.com at:http://new.myfonts.com/foundry/Adriprints/There are free versions available along with a priced complete font set version.
Yay! You can now download the pdf! If you find any errors or would like to suggest changes, feel free to e-mail me. Download from Ravelry here. Download from Craftsy here. Please note this pattern has been updated: 10/2009 v2, 11/2010 v3, 06/2012 v4.
I finally finished the left legwarmer and crocheted the cord. Next, I'll upload instructions after they're in pdf form. For now check out the photos!
Here are a few crocheted hexagons from a pattern by Julie A. Bolduc for the Hexagaughan for Norah Gaughan knit/crochet-along on Ravelry.com.Thanks to help from my friend Atlanta, I was able to contribute a few hexagons to this project thanking Norah Gaughan (a knitwear designer) for offering so many of her projects on the website. I realized that after free-crocheting since I was six, I never formally learned to read a crochet pattern. Nor had I ever learned the proper terms for things in English.
Does everyone have "first post anxiety" when they start a blog? This is my first entry into my first web log. I've been writing in journals and diaries since I was a kid, but always thought about the repercussions of writing my deepest and darkest on paper. The limitations, though, of a paper-based log is that it does only reach the eyes of the one who writes it, and maybe after death, grand kids and the like see what a nut you were. But, as I'm still alive and needing to reach out and share information with others, I was...