I don’t know how Kirsten Kapur does it. As far as I can tell, every pattern she creates – and she creates them in abundance! – is a winner. Nefertem , named for the Egyptian god of beauty and healing, is no exception.
I think the finished product is so sweet. This one will be hard to give away, but I really wanted to give something I loved. Anyone who leaves a comment on this blog post by 5:00p EST, Monday, July 16, will be entered to receive it – a little hug from me to you.
Thank you so much for all your kind comments on yesterday’s blog post. I really appreciate that people are spreading the word!
edited to add:
If you would like to be entered for a chance to win, please leave a comment on the original blog post (from July 9, linked above). My goal in giving this away is to raise awareness of the potential danger of sandhole collapses at the beach, so I want to make sure everyone reads the original post. It also makes it easier for me to see who all is hoping to win, if all comments are on the same post. Thanks!