May 23, 2010

Testers Found - Fox's Just Peachy Blossom Square 6x6


If you want to be a tester, read the instructions below and let's get started! Remember, everyone who tests any of the patterns will have their picture of the completed tested item shown in the blog next to their name as a tester. So show off your talents. I'd really like it if when I put the pattern up on Ravelry, if each tester or person who works this pattern would add it as a project there so I can post a link to everyone who makes this items pictures.

There are TWO patterns in this one pattern.  One with a one color flower and one with a tri-colored flower.  Please be prepared to do BOTH squares.

1. Must be a follower of this blog and a subscriber. Not a follower yet? Sign up. Let me know your follower name.

2. Must be able to finish testing by Saturday May 29th.

3. Must be able to send me a picture of your finished item attached to an email.

4. Must be able to send me errors of any kind you find in the pattern.

5. It'd be a plus but is not mandatory, if you were a member of Ravelry so you can add the project when the pattern opens up to everyone.

6. You can use whatever color of 3 ply medium worsted you'd like. If you decide to use 4 ply instead, please let me know what size of square you get and what size hook you used.  If you want to test, send me an email to the address below with your Follower name. Only the first 5 or so testers emailing me will receive the pattern to test.



Seelenfein... said...

Yeah, i´m a tesster of your beautiful patterns. Thanks. :o)

Lovely greets from Germany.

covnitkepr1 said...

Hi there. I came across your blog through another blog I follow and have signed up as a follower. When you’re free, please do visit me and let me know what you think of my blog and leave a comment. If you like, do follow as well. I am always open to great new people and interesting websites. Look forward to hearing from you.
I'm Stan Butler and go by "covnitkepr1"

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