Our Azalea Knitalong wrapped up last week and I am so excited to share with you some of the finished photos that some participants kindly shared with me. Just like my previous one, this KAL had an educational focus where each week I sent out video/photo tutorials of the next step in the pattern. And from feedback I have received it sounds like this format really resonated with a lot of people, so that makes me very happy to hear! As a designer and instructor, my goal is always to try to set you up for success in your knitting projects, whether it’s through my pattern writing style, the techniques I use or the tutorials I create. And creating these last 2 KAL’s with this type of format has taught me a lot as well and has helped to shape my ideas/direction of how I plan to do online classes in the future (yes, I have some exciting things in the works!!).
If you missed this KAL, don’t worry – I have made all of the tutorials accessible on my “Azalea Tips” page – click here to view the page and bookmark it for the future. I walk you through every step of the way, from casting-on to bind-off and everything in-between.
I just LOVE all of the finished photos that have been shared with me from the KAL – this is one of my favorite parts, when I get to see your beautiful work and how you make it your own. A special thank you to all of these wonderful knitters! And as you can see, many folks added sleeves just like I did in my second version (blog post here walks you through how to do this!).
Finished Azalea Gallery!
Are you ready to make your own Azalea? There are 12 sizes to pick from! Pattern details can be found here. And because this was part of my collection with Fairmount Fibers, you can purchase the pattern PDF either on the Fairmount Fibers website here, or on Ravelry.