Thursday, June 18, 2009

We interrupt this TNNA recap...

to show you these:



Aren't they lovely? It is Turtlegirl's first for-pay pattern, called Candi Wrapper (named after her sister, Candi). You can find the pattern through
this link, and you can also feel a little extra virtuous because in addition to supporting an indie designer, you will get a warm feeling knowing that 20% of all pattern sales go to help fund childhood education in Malawi. (Suck it, Madonna.)

Update: Link fixed -- sorry!

4 comments:

turtlegirl76 said...

Oprah can suck it too. =P

Thank you so much for posting this! I really appreciate it! And hey, I'm Indie!

Joe said...

Your link seems wrong...I think you might have wanted this one:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/candi-wrappers

The only reason I knew is so I could go buy the pattern...quite nice design.

Marin (AntiM) said...

You overestimate my ability to find the pattern through the link, and I am charmed by your confidence in my talents.

Yet, I can't find it. Could you point me in the right direction? I really like this pattern.

Barb B. said...

Now that is one fine looking pair of socks!
So...you really should ask her to submit socks for your next handpainted yarn sock book...they do want you to do a second I hope?
It isn't often I bother with a pattern for socks, but I am going on over to buy that one. Very balanced, very wearable, and very pretty. If I get the fingers going I might get 'em done by Sock Summit.
Barb B.