Looks like cars, don’t you think so?
It’s always a bit subjective with these small patterns, but my first thought really was little cars 🙂 . On a 4-lane way, in a traffic jam. I always have to think of that crazy Dutch song of Andre van Duin 🙂 . For the ones who do not know this: here is the video. Could be something that’s from before your time of course, but it’s still funny 🙂 . There was a lot of guessing again on facebook , and some guessed it right of course 🙂 .
Did you see the back by the way? It looks very different than the front! And that’s so nice of this technique: that it can be such a difference compared to the front.
Uhm, something else
On facebook I got the question if people could donate some money. As a thank you for my work for this CAL. Now I’m a bit reluctant with these kind of things, I definitely do not want to ask money for this (there will be other stuff that will only be available for sale). But fair is fair, a website, equipment and software to make video’s, and let’s not forget the huge amount of yarn I use 🙂 , it is not for free. Now you will definitely not hear me complaining, because I have a great time doing this all 🙂 . But a fat bankaccount: who objects to that 😛 😛 😛 .
I’ve been looking around how I can do this, without sharing my bankaccount wide in the open on the internet, and I found something: a ‘donate’-button that I could add here on the website pages. It is limited in the sense that you can only donate money through PayPal or a creditcard. You will be redirected to the PayPal-website if you use the button , so you will leave my website, so that’s completely safe to use. There you will also be given the possibility to choose for a creditcard.
I’ve left it open how much you want or can donate. I am grateful for every small bit! But again, you don’t have to!!!!
But now to the little cars
<Edit January 16 2019: The pattern is no longer available for free. You can buy it from my Ravelry shop (https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/the-craftsteachers-ravelry-store). You can find the bonusweek pattern there also. The pictures for each part (see examples on this page here) are also available from this store: https://the-craftsman.zibbet.com/. >
Here is the link again <removed>. I’m wishing you lots of fun again. And eh, next week my favorite pattern will be published 🙂 !