THE COTTAGE/BEE COLLECTION
First of all I would really like to thank everyone for there support over the past few months. I am catching up with collections and fit and ready for action and I am so greatful for all the wonderful messages I have received.
Well my mind has now been buzzing with more ideas and I really hope you will like this little collection using Creative Linen by Rowan Yarns. You can view this yarn by clicking on the link below.
I took my inspiration for this collection from my recent visit to the Cotwalds and also from our local beekeepers.
Bees are a dying breed and they do so much for the food chain.
Do watch out for more Bee /Cottage Designs heading onto this page over the coming weeks.
I would also like to thank our local cherry farmers Rupert Mount and Liz Mount and his lovely family who allowed me to produce this photoshoot and our local Beekeepers who inspired me to put this collection together. Do feel free to click on the link below if you live in the Bedfordshire Area and fancy doing a spot of cherry picking in the Summer.
If you would like to know more about saving the Bee population you can find out more information by clicking on this link below.
You can purchase the Cottage/Bee theme pattern from the cart below and do feel free to view the slide show below.
SPECIAL ABBREVIATION USED IN COTTAGE BEE SWEATER
Cottage Collection Bee Theme Sweater and Other Garments uses Special Abbreviations MR4 and MR5 which are Ridge Stitch (Hem Stitch) rows.
How to do Ridge Stitch (Hem Stitch)
The video below shows you how to do hem stitch. The Ridge Row when you do MR4 AND M45 are worked the exactly the same way but the number 4 and 5 in these special abbreviation represent the number of rows you are working before you carry out your Ridge Row.