A new pattern is out, and in light of this, I am offering a 20% off coupon for 3 days only! (Get it at the end of this post)


WOW, this was the shortest photo shoot in the history of photo shoots! I had it all planned out, waiting for days and days for good weather. So when it finally was a nice day, and the hubby came home from work, we raced out of the house to take some awesome pictures of the Maya Sweater.

There is this really beautiful place with all those rocks and driftwood and water and woods… only when we came there, the bugs were eating us ALIVE!!! No kidding! I am not exaggerating! There was a cloud of bugs around P.’s head and we were so busy waving that we barely managed to take a few photos! The poor girl had to smile through it all.

She did so well, though. It is nothing short of a small miracle that we actually got some usable pics.

So, about this pattern:

I love the drape and fit of it. It uses bulky weight yarn (I used KnitPicks Billow in Hollyberry) and a large hook, so it comes together fairly quickly. The size, width, and length and very easy to adjust by simply adding or leaving out rows. It comes in sizes 2/3-12 and uses only simple stitches. It is beginner+ friendly. So, you should know what you are doing, but you don’t have to be an amazing crocheter to make this sweater.


The KnitPicks Billow yarn is kind of interesting and weird. It does not have an even thickness, rather, it goes thin, thick, thin… which results in a very eye catching texture. So, even if you would just do rows of single crochet, you would get stunning results. After a lot of trial and error, I finally found a stitch pattern that just makes this yarn shine. Do you agree?


P. is in love with it, she says it is so soft and snuggly. It makes me so happy when they like what I make for them.

So, head on over to my Etsy shop to get the pattern. And as promised, for three days only, get 20% off using the code mayarelease 🙂

Happy crochet everybody and see you soon!



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