First week of yop is over and has been slower on projects than I would have liked but it was as I expected for this week. I’ve been finishing off a stitched piece, my last for a while as I have a lot I want to knit and crochet so time does not allow for it as well, especially as I’ve lost the bug. An hour or two today will see the piece finished.
This I’ll be updating on Thursdays so check back for that but here’s a sneaky peek at where it’s at at the moment.
I did start another Bunny Blanket Buddy for lady Evelyn. It’s ready for me to stuff and add it’s face and hopefully she will take to it as well as her white one, this one as you can see was done in pink, well the picture is not so great, very hard to pick up the pink colour.
Projects this coming week will hopefully be more plentiful and here’s a sneak peek at some defiinites to be worked on.
First up as part of sock challenge I’ve a toe up pair of socks I started for Ruairí. These are my first attempt at toe up socks and the second one is as far as the heel, well I think it is. I’m actually really hoping that’s as far as they are otherwise I’ve to figure it out again. For this challenge wip’s count which is good as when sorting out sock yarn I found these lol. These don’t have a name just yet but I’m going to think of one during the week.
The other definite is a tea cosy I’m going to do as part of a transfiguration class for the Harry Potter group I’m part of. I’m not sure yet if this one will be a gift or if I’ll keep it myself, that’s to be decided.
If it’s a really good week I’ll also get to work some more on the cast on Milo vest.
Other upcoming projects this month involve a clock and a hat.
Later this week I’ll have a post on a project going on in the garden at the moment, I’m very excited about it and no it does not involve plants. I may be able to knit, crochet bake and turn my hand to most of those other things but gardening is not one of them, check back this week to see what.
This is the list, I’ll update with the patterns after I update my project page.
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