I made Peggy Tails for a girl I knit with. Notice her little "stripe-ity" scarf!! She loved it!
This little "snowgirl" was a special order. She asked for one with a birthday hat and in pink. I think she turned out quite cute!
I am getting emails on the pattern for these. I really have none. It's just a little tube. They look like a tylenol capsules before I put the faces and dress them. I am using the "magic loop" method on a size US1 circular needle for them. If you haven't tried it you need to!! My Knitting Bud taught me and it opened a whole new world to me. I would fight with double pointed needles. She is an awesome sock knitter and a magic loop goddess! You can visit her blog, "House of Tater" to check out her knitting!
Well, I finally found it! Some Lion Brand "Amazing" yarn. Where? At A.C. Moore! And it is truly amazing! Although I wanted the "Ruby" they were out, so I came home with "Mesa". This is pretty yarn. I want more! I am thinking of doing another one of these scarves but doing it half the length. I'm putting that on my to do list.
Mosaic by Bernat, in the color "Ninja". Two skeins exactly. If you crochet loosely you may want to get three skeins.
Before I go, I just have to share my freakishly long ruffle scarf! I came across it this weekend when I was organizing all my scarves. I did this after I first learned to knit. Something went wrong somewhere. I kept running out of yarn and back to the craft store to get more. When I bound it off, I realized it was a bit long!
I don't know what else I can say, LOL!
The roast is in the oven and smelling really good, my headache is gone, and I am going to settle in and work on another snowman. I love Sundays!