Many of you may be familiar with the lovely Tasha Moss who writes the vintage blog bygumbygolly. Tasha both knits and sews the most amazing vintage garments and I’m honoured that she often chooses to knit from my patterns and is a great champion of my work. What you might not know is that Tasha has just released her first knitting pattern called Victory – a very stylish, vintage shaped beret, featuring the V for Victory symbol, and using 5 colours of Excelana 4 ply.
Tasha’s version uses Cornflower Blue, Ruby Red, Nile Green, Powdered Egg and Alabaster.
This couldn’t have been a better timed release now that Excelana is now back in stock and Tasha and I have teamed up to offer all our readers a very special offer:
Readers can now purchase the Victory beret pattern from Tasha with 10% off by using the code VICTORY10 at the check out. This offer only runs until the 12th of December so don’t wait too long.
And also, so that you can knit your Victory beret I am offering 10% off the purchase price of the Victory beret kit – which is 5 balls one of each of 5 different colours. If you want to change any of the colours all you need to do is type in the order comment box which colours you wish to swap. With the yarns comes a Susan Crawford Vintage project bag to keep your knitting in. Again to get your discount enter the code VICTORY10 when placing your order on my shop.
If you’ve not knitted a fair isle project before I have an introduction to stranded knitting video on my website and Tasha also has a great tutorial on her blog. And if you want to share the process of knitting the beret with others, why not join in the Knit for Victory knit a long hosted by Tasha?
So, to purchase the Victory beret click here
to purchase your Victory beret kit click here