Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Nothing much- Just a big Career thing!

Nothing too wild going on, just another day of knitting. The biggest project I'm working on is within 20 rows of being finished, the smaller project is about 40% done.
I am expecting a box of yarn to finish up the big project, and start on two new smaller projects, I hope it comes tomorrow! I want to get these items finished and sent off to the website for submission.

Oh yeah, I heard yesterday that they accepted my first submission, I think it will be going live next month! (If I understood correctly). This means thousands of people will see my design! (and Amanda's face, as it happens.... seems my photography was up to their standard, so they wanted to use my photos, too!)

Here are a few hints of the two patterns I am expecting yarn for.

9 comments:

AlisonH said...

Go Diana!

Lynx said...

gads, even the photography was right for them?! AWESOME!!! (Now I'm glad I'm not your model, LOL)....

go diana, iz your birthday, go diana, whoo hooo!!!!!

Kym said...

Congratulations to you! I'm so excited for you, and can't wait to see your new designs.

Happy Thanksgiving to you, Diana. I'm thankful for your friendship and bright spirit!

Magaly Guerrero said...

"Nothing much"? I don't even know and I'm excited!!

Good luck with your first showing and I pray everybody loves your work. I think I have the hots for a hat and a bag. I'm putting in on my List!

Karen said...

Good for you, Diana! And I can't wait to see what you're knitting--looks so interesting. Have a great Thanksgiving Day!

morewithles said...

Wuh-hooo! Congratulations. The more I contemplate trying to design, the more respect I have for designers. What hard work. Good job.

LynnM said...

Delightful news! Happy Thanksgiving.

Leslie said...

How awesome is that? You go girl!

JaM said...

Congratulations on your pattern's acceptance for publication! As an admirer of your photography, I can understand why they want to use your images.

I kept looking at your last image (which hints at a new pattern) in this blog entry and finally realised it reminds me of magnified scales of a butterfly wing, like that of the Ulysses butterfly which lives here in Far North Queensland, Australia. Looking forward to seeing the complete pattern.