Get your shirt now (link on my bio) #Repost @mamainastitch with @get_repost If you like it…please Follow me to see more Is there a knit version?! This is a question that I get quite a lot, so wanted to talk about it for a mo. (And by the way, yep, this is knit bag pattern from my blog ) ⁣ ⁣ It’s pretty common to be asked to make a knit version (or a crochet version) of the patterns that I make. And I know this is common for other designers and bloggers as well. Let me say – I actually love when you ask this question! It means you like the project enough to want to make it. That’s the best compliment I can receive. ⁣I’m going to venture to say this is true for my fellow bloggers as well! ⁣ The reality is though – I ain’t a machine! Jokes aside – I want to make a knit and crocheted version of everything. When I started my blog, it was rare to find other blogs that did both hobbies. They were mostly knit or mostly crochet. I often thought that it might be better to blog about just…

Get your shirt now (link on my bio)
#Repost @mamainastitch with @get_repost
If you like it…please Follow me to see more
☝️ Is there a knit version?! 🤔 This is a question that I get quite a lot, so wanted to talk about it for a mo.❤️ (And by the way, yep, this is knit bag pattern from my blog 😉) ⁣

It’s pretty common to be asked to make a knit version (or a crochet version) of the patterns that I make. And I know this is common for other designers and bloggers as well. 🧶Let me say – I actually love when you ask this question! ❤️ It means you like the project enough to want to make it. That’s the best compliment I can receive. ⁣I’m going to venture to say this is true for my fellow bloggers as well! 💕

The reality is though – I ain’t a machine! 🤣 Jokes aside – I want to make a knit and crocheted version of everything. When I started my blog, it was rare to find other blogs that did both hobbies. 🧶They were mostly knit or mostly crochet. I often thought that it might be better to blog about just one – but I’ve always loved both for different reasons. 🙌 If it makes sense and I can work both versions into my to-do list, I happily will! If not, you can know it’s simply because of time, life, child, home 🏡 , bunny 🐰 , constraints and other yarny projects. 🤣 I recently received quite the angry email that my recent cardigan wasn’t knit.😱 But I know that this isn’t the norm. I also had several kind requests to make a knit version – which I love! ❤️ I’ll always listen and take your requests to heart. ❤️ ⁣So please, do let me know when you want a project in another version. Woven, knit, knotted – tell me what you want. 😆

I hope this little speech makes some sense, but I felt the need to do a little explaining for myself and the other designers who might be in the same 🚣‍♀️ boat. We want to make all the things, but life is life! 💕 Now to figure out which version I’ll work on now. 😉⁣

XO,⁣
Jessica ⁣

#knitbag #handmadewardrobe #knitting #knittingaddict #knitspiration #makersofinstagram #handmadebag #handmadeisbest #psimadethis #yarnaddict #knittingpattern ⁣

Get your shirt now (link on my bio)
#Repost @mamainastitch with @get_repost
If you like it…please Follow me to see more
☝️ Is there a knit version?! 🤔 This is a question that I get quite a lot, so wanted to talk about it for a mo.❤️ (And by the way, yep, this is knit bag pattern from my blog 😉) ⁣

It’s pretty common to be asked to make a knit version (or a crochet version) of the patterns that I make. And I know this is common for other designers and bloggers as well. 🧶Let me say – I actually love when you ask this question! ❤️ It means you like the project enough to want to make it. That’s the best compliment I can receive. ⁣I’m going to venture to say this is true for my fellow bloggers as well! 💕

The reality is though – I ain’t a machine! 🤣 Jokes aside – I want to make a knit and crocheted version of everything. When I started my blog, it was rare to find other blogs that did both hobbies. 🧶They were mostly knit or mostly crochet. I often thought that it might be better to blog about just one – but I’ve always loved both for different reasons. 🙌 If it makes sense and I can work both versions into my to-do list, I happily will! If not, you can know it’s simply because of time, life, child, home 🏡 , bunny 🐰 , constraints and other yarny projects. 🤣 I recently received quite the angry email that my recent cardigan wasn’t knit.😱 But I know that this isn’t the norm. I also had several kind requests to make a knit version – which I love! ❤️ I’ll always listen and take your requests to heart. ❤️ ⁣So please, do let me know when you want a project in another version. Woven, knit, knotted – tell me what you want. 😆

I hope this little speech makes some sense, but I felt the need to do a little explaining for myself and the other designers who might be in the same 🚣‍♀️ boat. We want to make all the things, but life is life! 💕 Now to figure out which version I’ll work on now. 😉⁣

XO,⁣
Jessica ⁣

#knitbag #handmadewardrobe #knitting #knittingaddict #knitspiration #makersofinstagram #handmadebag #handmadeisbest #psimadethis #yarnaddict #knittingpattern ⁣

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