That’s the promotion on all Jane Richmond’s patterns that ends today. I had forgotten about it until I saw her post yesterday, so here I go to select three of my favorite. I had a mind a few from her latest book: Journey. I love Cimb (the socks), Spate (the mittens) and Onward (the shawl). But I might yet change my mind as there are many other beautiful patterns in her store.

And she also gave a free pattern for tube socks – socks that grow with your children’s feet as there is no heel. Wonderful idea. I have not yet knit any socks for my kids because I’m just so scared that by the time I finish, the pair will already be too small. At 12 and 10, they seem to grow on a daily basis. So now I’ll be able to knit a nice pair for my daughter who loves long socks. Thank you Jane.

Have you taken advantage of the sale yet ? Which patterns do you prefer ?
Check Jane Richmond’s blog and her Ravelry pattern page.

tubesocks jrjourney

3 pour 2: c’est la promotion en cours sur tous les modèles de Jane Richmond. Je l’avais noté sur mon agenda, mais malgré cela je l’avais totalement oublié jusqu’à ce que je lise son dernier post. Elle se termine ce soir, alors je vais vite aller sélectionner trois de mes préférés de son dernier livre: Journey. J’aime beaucoup Climb  (les chaussettes), Spate (les mitaines) et Onward (le châle). Mais je peux encore changer d’avis parce qu’il y a beaucoup de jolis choses dans son catalogue.

Il y avait aussi un patron gratuit pour des chaussettes-tube – les chaussettes qui grandissent avec vos enfants parce qu’il n’y a pas de talons. Idée géniale. Moi qui n’ait jamais tenté de leur tricoter des chaussettes – à 12 et 10 ans, mes enfants semblent grandir chaque jour. Franchement cela ne me tentait pas de commencer une paire pour me rendre compte à la fin que leurs pieds avaient pris une taille supplémentaire. Maintenant je vais pouvoir tricoter une jolie paire à ma fille qui raffole des longues chaussettes. Merci Jane.

Avez-vous profité de la promotion? Quels modèles préférez-vous?
Allez visiter le blog de Jane Richmond’s et sa page Ravelry.

Pictures from/photos de Jane Richmond.

3 thoughts on “3for2

  1. Thank you! Most of my writing takes place in my head, I go over sentences and thoughts for a while until I start writing. Then I use the draft feature a lot: I start my posts with notes, writing bits and pieces until it slowly takes shape. I rewrite a lot in fact.
    Maybe you could just enjoy the process of writing without thinking too much of the finished product at first. The more you write, the clearer your thoughts. Does it make sense?


    • I made Arbutus a few months ago, and I just ordered Rathrevor with my other two patterns. I plan to do Strathcona before the summer. Looking forward to see which one you knit first, they’re all beautiful.


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