Ok, so I used google translate for the heading … hopefully it doesn’t say something awful.
Thanks to momotte over at Ravelry, Mind the Gap is now available in French! This is my first pattern to be translated to another language (that I know of, anyway). How cool is that? Of course I don’t speak a lick of French (I took German in high school and college), but when momotte asked if she could translate Mind the Gap, I said “Sure!”
The French translation of Mind the Gap is up at her blog, K’fé tricot des Hauts. Here’s Mind the Gap, as a reminder :).
Introducing my latest pattern: Mind the Gap!
Pattern: Mind the Gap
Designer: Rachel Henry (that’s me!)
Available: FREE on Ravelry
Yarn: A Hundred Ravens Danu, Squonk (sample used about 175 yards)
Mind the Gap is especially designed for hand-dyed yarn. The puffs consolidate colors, making a finished cowl with color properties similar to the original skein of yarn. Even highly variegated skeins can pop in this fun-to-knit, three-dimensional stitch pattern.
The short pattern repeat makes this an easy pattern to adapt to a variety of yarn weights and sizes.
This cowl may be knit flat or in the round – full directions for both methods are included! Full written directions for all charts are also provided.
Anyone up for a quick test knit? Check out this “in progress” photo of Mind the Gap:
(The prototype is blocking as we speak, getting ready for it’s big photo shoot.)
I’m running the test knit in the Remily Knits forum on Ravelry. Go there for more information and to sign up!