Of course, I can always find some moments to make some little hooties!
So...I have finished up some more hats, some fingerless mitts, a pair of socks, and a scarf. I can share some hats and mitts with you, and will have to get another pretty day to get pictures of my finished socks and scarf.
I came across this pattern for fingerless gloves called "Toast". I love it!!! It is a quick, easy, fun pattern. I am going to remember it come Christmas project time!
I have been in a crocheting hat mode for a little while now. I think it is because of the instant gratification you can get from them. And, you really don't need a pattern. I love these little ear-flap hats!
Oh, here is another pattern I came across. It is called "Divine" . Don't be fooled...it may look difficult, but I am here to tell you it is not! With a pretty yarn it is really quite impressive!
Here is another chemo-cap done up in half-double crochet. Our knitting group made some caps up for a lady one of the women knew who was going through some strong chemo.
How about some thrift-store love???
I am a freakin sucker for a piece of junk and a can of spray paint...especially red spray paint. I wish I had taken a before picture. I found this little cabinet at the Salvation Army for $1.50!! Took it apart, sprayed it down. The hardest part was getting it back together!! The frosting on the cake is when I added the paper to the back.
It is going to make a great home for my owl collection!!
Now I am off to enjoy what is left of this Sunday. The time change has got me a little off, and I am really going to dread it in the morning! But for the moment, all is good. Time for a new knitting project!