Nine Lives of a Ball of Yarn: LookBook and Patterns

In case you've just joined us in this Nine Lives Series, all the fun started here.  Almost every day, I created a new project to use up all the gorgeous Burly Spun yarn I had left over from another project that, well.... just didn't work out.

And, in case you don't want to fish through all nine posts, {Because all you really want to see are the photos.  It's ok, sometimes I do that too.} I've put together a LookBook.  It's my first one.  Ever.  I'm no graphic designer, but I'm pretty excited with the way it turned out.  I hope you like it, too!

If you are interested in purchasing the patterns in this series,
you can click "buy now" for instant download.

The Nine Lives of a Ball of Yarn

Yep, you know it!  That's only a buck per pattern.  Awesome, right?!

You can also find the patterns over on Ravelry and in the shop too.

p.s. I really want to make this available in ebook form for my Kindle/Nook/electronic lovers out there, but my Kindle/Nook/electronic lovin' friends all tell me that ebooks with a lot of graphics and images are hard to read.  I don't have a Kindle/Nook/electronic gadget to use as reference, so if anyone has any opinions on the matter, I'd love to hear them!


  1. Have loved your Nine Days series! Particularly the items for men. I find them so hard to knit for.

    In regards to patterns on electronic gadgets, I have an iPad and knit quite a few things following patterns on it. I actually liked it better in regards to some fingerless gloves I knit for my mom.

  2. Thanks so much, Carrie. I agree, that it's always hard to find patterns that men would actually use or wear. I may have to borrow a gadget from someone and try it out for myself.