Danielle Hughes is an avid reader and enjoys needlework. She has diverse interests. Currently her favorites include mysteries, photography, military history, art history, history, chess, education, language, panoramas, databases, project management, music, cooking, alternative comedy, sewing and knitting. She has been busy catching up on projects, prototypes and Christmas crafting. Also, she wrote Project 1848 – Cosmos Guidebook Proposal for a Multiparticipant Research Program and Experiment Based Around the Year 1848. [Tank] Also cross stitch patterns and files that are posted from pdf documents are available at http://www.etsy.com/shop/WillowHollowMarket. There is a very, very rough first draft of a needlework font at fontstruct http://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/needlework_i. Update ~ I have health issues again - recuperating and very much on the mend. No longer working but hope to. Jan. 2016.  Meanwhile, I am planning to keep working on my ideas in general, still publishing and presenting them and making them public in various forms as well as continuing with my business ideas and implementation there of. Also, I am thinking about miniatures and miniatures of spaces and possible other connections/ideas with them. Maybe, maybe, maybe I will come up with some plans and post them. Currently I am considering if and how I would like to try to manufacture these ideas. Please be considerate in how you use them, especially if it is for profit. I am continuing to work on my projects here and several for profit ones as well. I am thrilled with those who like doing the projects for themselves, or as in the case of a few of these projects or patterns, for use in charity bazaars - for example the wash cloth pattern. Please contact me at the email below if you have any questions regarding this issue. I am happy to have a dialog about these or other topics and am a supporter of non-profit fundraisers. PLEASE NOTE ~ I have changed the contact email address. March 2014 firstname.lastname@example.org Also I have a web page started at http://www.whpscavengerhunt.com/ and other ideas on the way too, and patreade.doodlekit.com [recent test of idea] and another test at etsy.com WillowHollowMarket - trying some ideas and options.
Knitted Dog/Small Pet Coat (Extra Small Size) With Easy Diamond Designby Danielle Hughes
Charted design for a knitted coat for a dog or a small pet that has a ribbed edge around the neck and the body of the coat. It buttons under the pet's chest and can be easily adjusted for size. This is an easy pattern that is good for a knitter is past their first or second project ~ or for a more advanced knitter looking for something new for their pet or for a
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Charted design for a knitted coat for a dog or a small pet that has a ribbed edge around the neck and the body of the coat. It buttons under the pet's chest and can be easily adjusted for size. This is an easy pattern that is good for a knitter is past their first or second project ~ or for a more advanced knitter looking for something new for their pet or for a gift or charity item.
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- Danielle Hughes
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- Adventures in Extreme Needlework ~ Knitted Pet/Dog Coats , #1
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AND you still have to calculare how many rows /stitches after you measure the animal. Go elsewhere...