Most of my professional knitting is done for West Wight Alpacas. They are a family run business based in Wellow on the Isle of Wight and breed Suri Alpacas. They also spin yarn from their alpacas and have several local knitters like me who make it into items for them. They have a shop at their base of operations where they sell yarn, needles, and many other items to do with Alpacas and making things from their fleece. They also now have an online shop too.
Apart from knitting for West Wight Alpacas, I am also beginning to produce my own patterns. I am starting out by producing scarf patterns based on Victorian stitches. I'm not a natural pattern maker so won't be developing anything too shaped, besides, I'm too busy to devote too much time to this at the moment. However, that may change in the future. My first pattern is now up on Ravelry for purchase. I will also be putting up free patterns too. The first one will be a coin purse I developed to use up the left over yarn from knitting items for West Wight Alpacas, hopefully they will be selling ready made versions in their shop in the future. However, I have got to write up the pattern properly first and make a final version for them to sell, rather than the prototype I have made so far.