Do you remember the series of posts I wrote about my design process?

I talked about what inspires me and how my use of imagery starts to inform the piece. Then I looked at how I choose yarn and final design elements which all work together in a final garment.

The piece I was working on during those posts is now finished.

This is Grafyairden. Finding the name for something is always fun and this was no exception. A graveyard (from Old English graf“pit”; yairden“garden, open place”) is any place set aside for long-term burial of the dead, with or without monuments such as headstones. I liked the Old English words and meaning so they were put together to give my pattern it’s name.

The pattern is now available in my Ravelry Store. I hope you enjoy it.
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