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Happy Feet isn’t just for feet

Talitha Kuomi is a talented designer who has used Happy Feet sock yarn for some interesting bracelets.  She calls them Pleasant Places, and her pattern is available on Ravelry. 

This is a wonderful way to use Happy Feet- either alone, or as bits & pieces for one band each.   Talitha found it to be a wonderful way to use up leftovers.  You could knit one bracelet  in each of 10 sock yarn colorways. 

Pleasant Places Bracelets

Pleasant Places Bracelets

Tal says she has toyed around with knitting in beads along with the Happy Feet and with tiny cables running around the length of each band.  You can really let your imagination out to play on this one. 

The pattern for Pleasant Places is written so that you can make this “to fit” for any size wrist and forearm from pre-teen to adult.

My thanks to Talitha Kuomi for allowing me to present her ideas here.  Feel free to contact Talitha on ravelry or at talithakuomi@live.com with any questions.

Check out Tal’s other designs on Ravelry.com. 

Happy Feet

Happy Feet

And don’t forget to check out Happy Feet on our Plymouth Yarn Website

1 Comment so far
  1. by Juliette Coughlin

    On December 7, 2009 at 6:32 pm

    Tal is a very creative designer. I am looking forward to seeing a lot more by her.

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