Hump Day Hammocks(Stitch11)

It’s hump day.  Yikes.  There’s not a better reminder to take it easy and keep on swinging through the week than a hammock pattern review am i right!?!?!  I’ve had this pattern on my ravelry queue for ages.  I needed to make it for what seems like hundreds of stuffed animals in my home.  Corina over at Stitch11 worked this pattern up for her lovely daughter.  I see a lot of the same personality traits in my Henry as i do her daughter, and so i really should of made this sooner with knowing how much She enjoyed the hammock.

Anyway, i decided to finally make it and i went a bit overboard. I made three of them.  They were super easy and quick to hook up i couldn’t resist.  I even had time to finish writing that pattern i’ve been promising on top of an additional pattern i finished today inspired by my Grandma.  See below for details!!!

 

Back to these hammocks. I could gush about Stitch11 patterns all day.  I have yet to find a problem in any pattern i’ve tried over there.  This pattern was no exception.  Although i found the start of row 3 tricky, it’s easy to see if you are right or wrong a few stitches in.

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They ended up super sweet and colorful, don’t you think?  I used red heart super saver solids for all three.  You can find this great pattern @ Stitch11.

Tomorrow expect some summertime goodies.  Another rad pattern review as well as a sweet little spontaneous Pattern i wrote today! 🙂  I’m saving my very first written pattern (Didi’s flowering Cactus) for Friday.    Keep your eyes peeled this week/weekend for even more designs by me!  ❤

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