Testimonials

[cs_eacs_testimonial_slider max_visible_items=”3″ max_visible_items_tablet=”2″ max_visible_items_mobile=”1″ slide_to_scroll=”1″ auto_play=”false” loop=”true” pause_hover=”true” draggable=”false” variable_width=”false” slide_spacing=”10px” slide_nav_color=”#fff” slide_nav_bg_color=”hsl(0, 0%, 20%)” add_border=”false” logo_border_width=”1″ logo_border_color=”#000″ slide_alignment=”eacs-testimonial-slide-default” pagination_type=”dots_nav” pagination_position=”normal”][cs_eacs_testimonial_item show_avatar=”true” image_width=”150px” rounded_image=”true” image_border_color=”#000″ image_border_width=”2″ image_margin=”10px 0″ testimonial_user_name=”Judy in Connecticut” testimonial_user_company=”about South Seas Stole” testimonial_user_text_color=”#000″ testimonial_user_company_text_color=”#000″ testimonial_quotation_mark_color=”#ddd” heading=”South Seas Stole 1″]The shawl really spoke to me, as I spent a hunk of my childhood in Hawaii and I was lucky to find a yarn, a hand dyed called Atlantis, that made me remember my favorite spot on the Island, the cliffs over Hanauma bay, looking down at the pacific above the coral reef before it moved out to the deep ocean. So you, and the dye artist, gave me a huge hunk of my childhood back.[/cs_eacs_testimonial_item][cs_eacs_testimonial_item show_avatar=”true” image_width=”150px” rounded_image=”true” image_border_color=”#000″ image_border_width=”2″ image_margin=”10px 0″ testimonial_user_name=”Lime & Violet” testimonial_user_company=”about South Seas Stole, shawl of the week, May 13, 2008″ testimonial_user_text_color=”#000″ testimonial_user_company_text_color=”#000″ testimonial_quotation_mark_color=”#ddd” heading=”South Seas Stole 2″]Four different water-inspired lace patterns make up the center panel, which is then bordered by a fifth pattern of waves. Beads make the whole thing sparkle like sun on the ocean.[/cs_eacs_testimonial_item][cs_eacs_testimonial_item show_avatar=”true” image_width=”150px” rounded_image=”true” image_border_color=”#000″ image_border_width=”2″ image_margin=”10px 0″ testimonial_user_name=”David in New Zealand” testimonial_user_company=”about Garden Party” testimonial_user_text_color=”#000″ testimonial_user_company_text_color=”#000″ testimonial_quotation_mark_color=”#ddd” heading=”Garden Party”]I recently purchased a skein of Cecilia from Posh Yarn to make an undetermined shawl for a friend of mine who is having her 60th shortly. Dee from Posh Yarn pointed out your pattern to me and I was immediately sold. I just cast on tonight (three sets of leaves down) and had to stop to come and send you a message to tell you your pattern is amazing! Apart from the finished product (the red test knit is sensational), the pattern text and charts are extremely clear and easy to read. I couldn’t ask for better presentation in a pattern.[/cs_eacs_testimonial_item][cs_eacs_testimonial_item show_avatar=”true” image_width=”150px” rounded_image=”true” image_border_color=”#000″ image_border_width=”2″ image_margin=”10px 0″ testimonial_user_name=”Julia at Patternfish” testimonial_user_company=”about Anjou” testimonial_user_text_color=”#000″ testimonial_user_company_text_color=”#000″ testimonial_quotation_mark_color=”#ddd” heading=”Anjou”]Take a really long time to look at all the pictures… this is a sonnet in yarn, a poem to wear around your shoulders.[/cs_eacs_testimonial_item][cs_eacs_testimonial_item show_avatar=”true” image_width=”150px” rounded_image=”true” image_border_color=”#000″ image_border_width=”2″ image_margin=”10px 0″ testimonial_user_name=”Lime & Violet” testimonial_user_company=”about Algernon, featured on August 26, 2008″ testimonial_user_text_color=”#000″ testimonial_user_company_text_color=”#000″ testimonial_quotation_mark_color=”#ddd” heading=”Algernon”]I love cables. They add such an impact, and unlike lace, I find them soothing to knit. Enter Algernon by Fiber Dreams. This top down sock pattern features a large cable motif on the front. Three repeats of another motif around the sides and back complete the cuff.[/cs_eacs_testimonial_item][/cs_eacs_testimonial_slider]