Wow, that last post took a long time to write and organise. I wanted to get photos of the different stages of the project. My WordPress app always puts the uploaded photo at the bottom of the page and I have to cut and paste to get it where I want it.
So it turns out I can make one of those owl ebook reader covers in one day, even with a lot of stopping for photos and blogging.
I see that some of the HTML bits and pieces from the photos crept into the final version so please accept my apologies for that. I trust that the rest of the pattern is understandable and that there aren’t any errors.
I have added this to the Ravelry database too, so you can add it to your queue if you’re a member. And if you’re not, why not? Ravelry.com, essential website for all yarny activities. Pattern database, personal notebook, stash sorter, discussion forums where you can get help on any topic, not just knitting, crochet, spinning and weaving. Go to Ravelry, do not pass Go, do not collect $200!