NEW! EAP Patterns

EAP stands for “Early Access Program” and servers a purpose to make all my future patterns available as soon as it is possible.

Every patterns goes through number of phases: design, modeling, creating charts, writing instructions, testing, technical editing, corrections and, finally, release. Each pattern happens to be different and it is hard to predict how long will take each step. I have dual wish every time: release my work as soon as possible and release my work as best as possible, most of the time it results in delayed releases and I think I found a way to deal with it and I want to try it out: Early Access Program (EAP).

This is a page,  where you may see all current patterns in “fresh baked” state. “Fresh baked” means that pattern is real but I still do not count it as finished. It will come with charts, with written instructions and pictures and all that stuff. And, sure, tested. The “final-final” pattern will include technical editing, may have more professional pictures, may even have newer title or description – all that stuff what makes me fill that pattern is ready.


And EAP patterns will show up in this EAP area not only earlier but with lower price. I’ll point out what area(s) I will try to improve precisely and it will be up to you – to buy it now or wait for official release. Any way I will send updated version to everyone who participated in EAP deal.

So what you’ll get from this program:

  • You’ll get pattern as soon as it exists
  • Pattern will be 15% less of regular price until release time
  • You always will get released version of pattern with no additional charge at the same day when pattern will be officially released


EAP Pattern include:

  • All Charts and diagrams
  • Written instructions
  • Details pictures
  • List of materials
  • … Actually all what you used to see in any my patterns


These patterns will be listed in my Shop and Etsy as usual with “EAP” stamp on picture and additional short explanation in the description area with link to this page.

Final pattern will be listed as usual and “EAP” version will disappear from the stores and this page.



Currently available : 0



Releases Log

Rapunzel Hand Knitted Accessories
added September 30th, 2012. RELEASED: November, 1st 2012

21 Responses to NEW! EAP Patterns

  1. 1
    judy orrego says:

    It’s a great deal! But I didn’t see it at the shop! Maybe I’ll try the next one ( crochet one) ;)

  2. 2
    Nancy says:

    Great idea:0)

  3. 3
    Sharon says:

    wow,what a great idea all patterns in one place.

    Thankyou for being so talented and to share your talents


  4. 4
    Alla says:

    Thank you so much dear Ladies!!!

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  6. 6
    Mary Beth Hansen says:

    How does one sign up for EAP?

  7. 7
    Marta says:

    Dear Alla Koval,

    Where do I purchase your “EAP” “Rapunzel 8 Hand Knitted Accessories for Adults and Kids” patterns? I looked for them in your Etsy Shop and could not find them.

    Thank you,


  8. 8

    Your work is awesome & very inspirational. I can’t wait to try and make one of your blankets & shawls. They are very unique and beautiful. They are what I have been looking for to make. I have been through ALOT, ALOT of blankets looking for the one I want to spend time on making. I have found it. Yours, 1 of these 3 latest you have shown.
    Thank you for Sharing :)

  9. 9
    柳絮 says:


  10. 10
    Catkins says:

    Hi, first came to your site, love your all modes, but love your “EAP” “lettuce 8 Hand knitted accessories” mode, which is a very beautiful and unique creative design, looking at the beautiful braids shawl scarf, let me show reminiscent beautiful girl with long hair tails and sub comb up, really appreciate :) ask me how to get “Rapunzel 8 Hand knitted accessories” mode in which any one of the pattern here? Paid or free? I was in China, thank you! I wish you good luck!


  11. 11
    Wendi Simonson says:

    I love this…I have been doing a lot of crocheting for therapy and have branched out from my safe patterns.

  12. 12

    I am about to attempt to make Fluffy Clouds Blanket and I don’t understand what chain 164 (a multiple of 9 +2 means)? I don’t know what that means? Could you explain it to me. Thank you so much.

  13. 13
    Carlene Baldwin says:

    you are so talented……I love the fact that I can download right from you site …we don’t have to run all over the place for patterns…..You have made everything so easy for your customers THANK YOU VERY MUCH

  14. 14
    Alyce Johnson says:

    I would like to make the long coat pattern which got an honorable mention – but I would like to make it in My Own (adult) size.

    Is it possible you could make some of your patterns available in sizes for adults?

    I don’t have children at all but I love your designs!

    • Alla says:

      Dear Alyce,

      Thank you so much for your interest. I plan to work on Blue Poppy Coat pattern in near future, but usually I write patterns for sizes 2-12 years kids. It’s already 6 sizes to work on and add more sizes, including adults will be too much to have on my plate. But for this coat I will try to write up to 16 years size, which is Medium in adult ladies sizes (size 12 Youth is about XSmall, and 14 is Small). Let me see!

  15. 15
    Rita says:

    Is there any chance to get the new poncho pattern , bright yellow with mouse in pocket if it’s a crochet pattern?

    • Alla says:

      Hi Rita,

      Thank you for your interest. This sweater (not a poncho ;)) pattern is not written yet. But it’s on my schedule, I’ll keep you updated.

  16. 16
    Ruth Eastburn says:

    Is this website still active?

    • Alla says:

      Hi Ruth,

      My site was hacked and I’m still deal with some issues. I’ll email your free pattern direct to you.


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