Honey Boot Liners Pattern

It's here!  Honey Boot Liners pattern refashioned in Madelinetosh Tosh Sock.  This version is more lightweight than the original pattern included in the Craftsy kit.

Two colors: the Scalloped Trim is out of Paper and the rest is Antique Lace, but one color would work just fine.

The photoshoot was done at Eisenhower Park in Orange, CA.  This park is a few blocks from my childhood home and is where my sister and I spent many happy days feeding the ducks and playing.  Claire was amazed (and a little scared) by how bold the ducks were--taking bread right out of her hand.


Want to win a free copy of Dress-to-Impress Knitted Scarves?  Comment on this post with the location of your fondest childhood memory--no details necessary, just a name will suffice.  Winner will be selected from comments posted between now and February 27th by a random picker.  

Anatomy of a Blog Post

I was recently the guest blogger for the Blue Sky Alpacas and Spud & Chloe blogs.  I wanted to include photos that were unique to my book featuring the projects done in their yarns.  So I thought of staging a photo shoot with pretty flowers surrounding the pieces.  My Weepaca pom-pom-wearing helper is Tootsie.  To read more about the projects, click on the links above.

More guest blog posts on Moogly and Tanis Knits.

The Traveling Trunk Show featuring projects from the book will be in the following locations for the next couple of weeks:

Fiber Arts Yarn - Cape May, NJ

Needle in a Haystack - Montrose, CA

Sin City Knits - Las Vegas, NV - On Valentine's Day, I will be doing a book signing with samples from my regular pattern collection as well.  if you are a local or happen to be visiting Sin City, please drop by and say "hi"!

Stay tuned...next week I will be releasing the pattern for Honey Boot Liners and another book giveaway.  Congratulations to the Instagram winner of the last giveaway, @aeiokid!






Heirloom Placemats & Book Giveaway #2

I just released a new pattern, Heirloom Placemats.  The pattern is now available here.  You can also buy the kit on Craftsy, available with yarn for 2 or 4 placemats

Special offer: Heirloom Placemat pattern download, half price (reg. $7), good through Saturday 1/31/15.  Use coupon code BURLAP.  Offer good only on purchases from pampowersknits.com, not valid on previous purchases or purchases from other websites.


This week's giveaway is for all new Instagram followers of @pampowersknits.  I will be entering names of all new Instagram followers between now and February 7th into a random picker and selecting a winner to receive a copy of Dress-to-Impress Knitted Scarves.  Congratulations to last week's FB book giveaway winner, MaryCarol.

My book is back in stock on Amazon.  If you already own the book and enjoy it, I would be so grateful if you could rate and review it on Amazon.  Thank you!!!


Mosaic Cowl & Book Giveaway

I think Mosaic Cowl is the most versatile pattern from my book, also available as an individual pattern here.  It's a really simple knit: 6-stitch pattern repeat, every round.  The color changes are just 4-row stripes, but the bias rib pattern makes the stripes form little diamonds that resemble entrelac.

This is the book and pattern version worked in Purl Soho Worsted Twist

This version is slightly smaller for a kit using Imperial Ranch Columbia.

A smaller version again available as a Knitcrate kit using Big Bad Wool Weepaca.

And finally the original pattern using Anzula For Better or Worsted.

Book Giveaway No. 1

To win a free copy of Dress-to-Impress Knitted Scarves, all you need to do is 'like' my Pam Powers Knits Facebook Page here.  I will be randomly selecting a winner from the people who like my page between now and 1/25/15.  If you're already a fan of my Facebook page, don't worry, I will have more giveaways coming up soon.




Countdown to Book Launch

It's 10 days until the release of my new book Dress-to-Impress Knitted Scarves on Amazon. 

Below is a video of one of the photoshoots on location at the Kellogg House in Santa Ana, CA.  Photographer Misty Matz really captured the beauty of the models enhanced by Theresa Huang Makeup & Hair Design.

Here is the book blog tour schedule for the next 7 days:

Many of these bloggers will be doing book giveaways.  I will also be giving some books away over the next couple of weeks.  Currently I am frantically getting ready to  go to the TNNA tradeshow in Phoenix where I will be doing a book signing and debuting some new patterns.  Stay tuned...