Wednesday, January 1, 2014

New Year beckons 'Denali' ~ A winter special collection eBook


 

Welcome 2014!

A brand new year with the potential of fulfilling many hopes and dreams come true. 

    

Normally I do not entertain the idea of new year resolutions, but this one arrived in my inbox from my dear hubby, from the creator of 'The Secret
 
 
A New Year's Resolution That Will Change Your Life

"Do whatever you can to feel good, because when you feel good, life will be good. The better you feel, the better life will get . . . ."
 And there's much more to read . . .  

So with these inspiring words, I knew that focusing on my knitting for dolls passion is the right path for me. To kick start off this new year, is a new pattern collection, one I hope you and yours will both enjoy and have fun with ~ Deb, Debonair Designs

presenting, 'Denali' ~ A winter special collection eBook

 





This winter inspired set took form from the desire to have an outer garment that compliments my sweater dress pattern, Ayanna. This collection once again makes use of the easy to achieve faux fair isle pattern with  variations offered,  along with a matching hat featuring a gathered top and coordinating fingerless-mitts for a finishing touch. Included in this winter special is a matching horse saddle blanket complete with socks; along with a pet kerchief for your doll’s favorite pet dog; a fun addition I hope you and yours will enjoy.                                ~ Debonair Designs


Denali ~ A Winter Special Collection Patterns:
Denali ~ a faux fair isle stitched cape with matching faux fair isle stitched hat
along with faux fair isle stitched fingerless-mitts


Footprints ~ a faux fair isle stitched horse saddle blanket with socks
~ and a matching kerchief for your doll’s pet dog


My American Girl Saige is here to show and tell, a tribute to her as last year's American Girl of the Year, view more pictures of this collection, and be sure to check out my Etsy store for this completed outfit and more I have made available 


 


















 
Rembrandt joined in the fun too!
Flicka, a Battat horse



 and not forgetting my two recent knitting pattern books



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