Sighthound Charity Snood

 

Dizzy Lily: A Snood For a Hound 
knitting pattern is available from
Here on Erssie Knits or Ravelry 
All pattern proceeds go 
to Galgos del Sol

You can also apply for a free licence
to make your own snoods for fundraising:
erssiemajor@yahoo.co.uk 

If you don't knit but want readymade snoods you can buy some from
crafting4greyhounds.blogspot.com
who donate their own proceeds to dog rescue charities.

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Sunday
Mar162014

not only knitting but....

My old school buddy reminded me today that not only do I knit, but I design charts too. This is something I might be able to do whilst I cannot complete any knitting projects. I am going to start knitting slowly, despite hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder injury but obviously it will have to be slow and for personal projects only.

 


This is one of my Easter (or Ostara in Pagan speak) Charts of The Hare and The Moon...it is free to download from Ravelry and may be used for personal use, but not for commercial projects without written permission in advance. I normally allow people to make up to 10 items from one design per year to sell if they ask first. If they sell well, I may also extend the licence...this costs nothing but just ensures that sellers have the appropriate copyright clearance for reusing a design. This avoids negative feedback from their customers.

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