Since I know you're all waiting on pins and needles to hear what I did about my owl mittens pattern, here it is. OK, really most have you probably forgot about it, but let's pretend you didn't. A few days ago, I heard back from my tester (Daniel always laughs at me because I have a "tester". Gotta be professional about these things though, right?) who let me know that she found no mistakes, so the pattern was good to go. I decided to offer the pattern for sale at an introductory price of only $.99 for 2 weeks, then raise the price a bit. So, that's what I did. I posted the pattern approximately 48 hours ago and have sold 26 so far. Pretty nice, eh? The only bummer is that after fees, I'll only get about $.60 per pattern sold. But considering I'm making a residual income off of a pattern that I was going to make anyway (Christmas is coming up after all)...not bad! Plus, 26 people currently have it in their queue on Ravelry which means they're planning on buying it (if they remember) and I'm starting to see several forums and blogs posting about it. So, I'm thinking the sales will continue pretty steadily throughout the next couple of months as Christmas approaches and people start looking for gift ideas that don't take up too much yarn! I'm thinking a matching hat is in order.