Well here we are with the next pattern of my Siren’s Atlas Collection! What is Siren’s Atlas? It’s my collection of 52 new 6″ patterns. I have been releasing one every week in 2017 and I’m pretty darn excited about it! Click here to find out more or check out the FAQ page here.
This is Baffin so named for the Baffin Bay, located between Baffin Island and the southwest coast of Greenland, is a marginal sea of the North Atlantic Ocean. It is connected to the Atlantic via Davis Strait and the Labrador Sea. I went all out with this one, using lots of different stitches and techniques for some fun texture.
Here’s what you’ll find in the pattern ;
- a clearly written pattern
- a link to a private video of me taking you through each round
- a chart
- round by round photos
- a hints and tips page with photos and explanations of anything unusual or a bit tricky
- the written instructions that can be printed alone to save paper
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So there you go! A new 6″ granny square for you to play with. I hope you have some fun with it. I love to see what you make with my patterns so please share them with me in my Facebook Group, Ravelry projects, or by tagging your pics on Instagram with #spincushions.
See you next week with the next pattern!
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