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Just sent updates to previous purchasers of Eleonore including newly translated written instructions. But in case your email address changed since you purchased the pattern, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send the update as an attachment.
The next update will be a small correction to the Gloxiniaeflora pattern, and if your email address has changed since your purchase, email me at the above address.
Reminder: The 30% discount is still on until the end of this month.
The setup for the sale will only work if you add the item to the shopping cart. It will not work if you click the “Buy Now” button. Sorry for forgetting this. Sale ends August 31, 2015 midnight.
Again, apologies for any headaches…
Had just finished charting a 3-repeat version of Chrysantheme in order to make a triangular shawl when Ilgen sent me pics of her Sechsstern (6 Repeats of the Chrysantheme motif) and her reconstruction of Christa (8 repeats of the Chrysantheme motif).
So with Ilgen’s lovely pictures, a copy of a Beyer Strickschrift that she also sent me, and a chart that I forgot I had in a Labores Beyer Nr. 10 (in which the pattern name is “Victoria”), I thought recharting the pattern would go quickly… Wrong! Although, a lot of time was spent Photoshopping in the cropped out border parts on one of Ilgen’s photos, it turns out that the way the chart divided out I needed several graphics to fill out huge blank spaces on some of the chart pages — which graphics gave me ideas for additional adaptations of the motif:
Of course, folding the baby blanket in half would make a nice wide bottom purse:
When the above graphic is rotated 180 degrees, the resulting pattern can be used as a narrow bottom purse. But requires two 3-repeats pieces would have to be sewn together on 3 sides, and more importantly, the pattern has to be modified in a manner similar to the way that the pattern has to be modified for a triangular shawl. That is, the pattern would start with the 3 center leaves, but the second ring of leaves is worked such that a pair of leaves is created to the right of the center leaf. One of the pair has to be moved to the other side of the center leaf.
Am having too much computer problems right now, so below is the link to the page containing the purchase button for the Sechsstern Pattern.
Details on the Triangular Shawl to come.