We are excited to introduce another new exclusive knitting pattern! This pattern uses
Yarn Botanika Radiance yarn in the sport/dk weight, but the fingering weight Radiance can also be used as can another hand painted yarn. The pattern is absolutely gorgeous and is a really great accessory. The pattern is available in download form and includes two separate lace patterns. The Radiance Lace Headband pattern was designed by the very talented Gina House. Have you listened to Gina's podcast Sleepy Eyes Knitting yet? If not, there is a link on her blog, so be sure to listen!
Here are a few photos of the headband. "Treat your tresses to two beautiful, beaded headbands....try the "Jacqueline", a relaxed and flexible lace head wrap for shorter, unruly manes or knit the "Amanda", a style that has a bit more width and texture for longer, thicker hair. Both are perfect for bringing fresh air and femininity to the face and neck....make wonderful gifts, as well! "
We also have kits available for this pattern. The kit includes a "mini-skein" of yarn (approximately 200 yards) as well as a hard copy of the Radiance Lace Headband pattern. The kits are available in six different colors........
Watch this space for more exciting new products this week. Handcrafted stitch markers and orifice hooks (for spinners) by Sereknity, beautiful handpainted yarns from Alida in South Africa and from Chewy Spaghetti. And then, absolutely incredible yarns and knit kits from Fleece Artist and HandMaiden in Canada. You will flip when you see these lovely items. We also have several new patterns coming in the next few weeks...a beautiful crochet shrug in Black Pearl Yarns cashmere by Angela Best, and another incredible Yarn Botanika pattern by Gina House.
If you want to keep up the new products as they are listed on the site, just keep checking the What's New Page every so often.. All of the new products are placed there in the order they are listed.
Thank you for looking and please check out Gina House's Radiance Lace Headband Patterns and the kits. This pattern is so beautiful, make sure to look at the close up photos so you can see the lace stitch pattern and the beading on the ends.