Frankie's patterns are free, but she asks that you consider making a donation to the Children’s Liver Disease
Foundation if you enjoy using the patterns. The link to donate is provided on her pattern site.
The pattern does not call for felting the pots, but I decided felting would make them sturdier, and I like the look of the finished product. So, after knitting the pots, I washed them by hand in hot soapy water, agitating them roughly. Then I put them into the dryer until they were almost dry. Finally, I shaped them on household objects such as a round candle and a piece of pottery and let them dry. When wet, they were quite mold-able, almost like clay.
I like the way that they turned out, and may knit more before the month is over.
Kim has two shops on Etsy - Persimon Dreams (heirloom quality quilts, fashionable bags, and wearable fabric art), and The Apple (fun and colorful jewelry). She also hosts a 52 Block Quilt Along which features a new quilt block for every week of the year.
Thanks Kim for sharing your quilt. It was such a nice surprise to see the beautiful results of your work.