Fiber Happenings: April New Pattern Releases and Life Update

Personally, April 2021 was a hectic month full of personal milestones.  April is the moth of my daughter’s and husband’s birthdays.  I got my first vaccine shot. And,  I HIT 1000 YOUTUBE SUBSCRIBERS!!!   I admit it’s been hard the past few weeks as I’ve tried to balance life, paying gig, and the channel.  But, sharing knitting and building a community of fiber fanatics has been one of my  guiding stars during this crazy time in this world. 

I also remain committed to sharing the work of Off Rav Designers and Yarnies.  Fiber Happenings is still going strong.  I want to thank everyone who has supported through these endeavors. Whether it’s a pat on the back or a tip in the hat, knowing that these efforts have had a positive impact on people is everything.  

Pattern of the Month: Sarah Dawn’s Designs Celtic Hood


In Southern Calfornia, spring night still have a nip in the air and the ability to turn anything into a hoodies is very appealing. And I love the cabled detail.  

​Click Below to See All the new Patterns from April 2021

Where to Get:
Addi Click Interchangeables remain my favorite interchangeable set for their speed and no need for keys.  The perfect supplement to them is the Addi Interchangeable Crochet Hooks. These  are great for when you want to pick up and knit along a knit edge or bind off . 
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Aklori Designs: Along the Way Shawl

Another beautiful Tunisian Crochet shawl from Aklori Designs. This pattern is a triangular shawl worked side to side. ​

​Victoria Marchant Knits: Tyger Cowl

Tyger is a snug cowl, knit with 2-colour stranded colourwork to recreate the fearful symmetry of this big cat. If your day needs a little less lamb and a little more roar, cover your neck with bold stripes and tackle it head on.

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​A Bee In The Bonnet: Amicus Socks*

The Amicus Socks feature columns of narrow cables broken up by simple eyelets across a field of garter stitch. They come in three sizes and an LVA version of the pattern is included.

​Liz Corke: Stravaig

Liz Corke’s newest sock design is named after the Scottish word for Wander, Stravaig. This sock featutres lace detaials that zig zag from the toe up to the cuff. This pattern is worked from the toe up with a flap and gusset heel. ​

Periwinkle Dragon Designs: Corallinus Socks 

Introducing the Corallinus Socks! This is an easy ribbed toe-up sock pattern with elongated-stitch details that spiral around the leg and across the foot. They have a cuff that flows smoothly from the leg pattern, and have extremely adjustable sizing. Perfect for bringing out the subtle beauty in hand-dyed yarns, this is an intuitive and relaxing project that fits fabulously.

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KBJ Designs: Cadence Fingerless Mitts*

Inspired by the rhythm of knitting, KBJ Designs combines a textured rib pattern with lace details along the front of the fingerless glove. This sock is the perfect match for the Cadence Socks! Subscribe to KBJ Designs newsletter for special discounts. ​

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