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Turquoise Love… and our first collaboration!

I’ve created this jacket for Kristin for BTS… and the most EXCITING thing is
that it was our FIRST collaboration! My 6 1/2 old girl made matches bracelet
in Macramé technique and SURE we’re SUPER EXCITED about our FIRST, but
feel like definitely not last collaboration :)

Hand Knitted from Gedifra Pantarei, which is unfortunately discontinued, but
I’m sure for this style will work any other furry or enough drapery silk, cotton
and other yarn blends.

8 Responses to Turquoise Love… and our first collaboration!

  1. 1
    Heather says:

    Very pretty Alla! I love the collaboration, Kristin did a great job! I hope to see more collaborations for the fall. ;)

  2. 2
    Sarah says:

    Oh how sweet! Kristin did a wonderful job on her bracelet. She is quite the crafty little girl… young lady ;) She is growing up so fast! It is super exciting to see she is working collaborations with you.

    I can’t wait to see more!!

  3. 3
    Alla says:

    Thank you so much girls!!! We got lots of FUN!!!

    I’m working on last 6th project (from this sneak http://mylittlecitygirl.com/?p=1769)… and hope to be ready show you something in near feature ;)

  4. 4
    Dianne says:

    How can I get the pattern for this gorgeous top? I would love to make it for my Grandaughter.

  5. 5
    Alla says:

    Thank you for your interest. I’ve just finished the pattern and it will be available right after testing process done. I’ll keep you updated!

  6. 6
    Dianne says:

    Dear Alla,
    Thankyou so much for your reply. I so look forward to being able to get this pattern, it is one that has so appealed to me, in a long time. Your little daughter looks just devine in it, and I love her bracelet to match.
    Your sincerely
    Dianne NZ

  7. 7
    Alla says:

    Dear Dianne!
    You are VERY welcome and Thank you SO MUCH for your Lovely comments! MUCH appreciated!!

    Thank You again,

  8. 8
    Montserrat says:

    This sweater caught my eye immediately: as did the sweet boleros I saw on this site. Your patterns are unique and chic. As unique and chic as the little city girls who would wear them. Just beautiful.

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