I have learned one very important thing during My Year of Fearless Knitting. (Well, really two things). Fearless knitting is a huge commitment and it takes lots of time. But the second thing I learned is that I love it! Fearless knitting keeps my juices flowing. It keeps me excited and engaged. I just finished another fearless project. Here it is.
Do you remember this?
And this? Well, it became this.
Isn’t it beautiful?!?!?!?! This is Fan-Tastic a Kulabra Design by Natalia Moreva. I discovered the design at Earthfaire and the pattern on the Kulabra Design website. I immediately started Fan-Tastic. It was a challenge but that is what My Year Of Fearless Knitting is all about. Challenge, excitement, learning, stretching. Kulabra Designs gave me all that. While I was there I fell in love with many patterns and since this year is all about being fearless, I bought them all. Let me share some of the fabulous designs. You really better sit down if you’re not already. These are going to knock you off your feet.
This is definitely one of my next fearless projects as soon as I find the perfect yarn. With a design this fabulous, I am not going to “make do.” The yarn must sing to me.
I absolutely love this. Once again, the yarn must serve this amazing design.
The last two are Star and Sail. Not only are they magnificent, the customer service at Kulabra Designs is over the top. For some reason, iBooks lost about 8 months of my patterns. I always save patterns to iBooks. That way if I am some where with no WiFi, I still can access my patterns. Well, I was in a panic. How was I going to get all of my fearless Kulabra Designs patterns?!?!?! I emailed Kulabra Designs and told them my sad story. The next morning I had several emails waiting for me with my lost patterns. Not only is Natalia an amazing designer, she is a thoughtful, kind person. I will always be a loyal, adoring customer. I am a grateful knitter to have been reunited with my patterns. I am also grateful to have discovered a treasure trove of fearless patterns. I encourage you to visit Kulabra Designs and be prepared to be amazed.
This blog is dedicated to Mary Helen Growt my first knitting teacher and the woman who changed my life. The mission of Knitting: A Love Story is to preserve, share and promote the love of knitting.