This is my hoodie scarf. The pattern is free. I didn't do the ribbing along the edge because it looked too much like a bonnet which is not really me.
Working on the form for my submission for Bowls of Compassion and auction and have one snag.... I don't know what "Market Value" to put on it?
Thumper says: "Dad made me this great hat. He even dyed the yarn himself with green Kool-Aid!"
Okay, and here's the vase. I like it a little less than I initially did after seeing its humorous shape come out of the washing machine, but I still find I have affection for it nonetheless.
Okay, so here's the bowl I knitted/felted. As I mentioned previously, it was knit with Patons Soy Wool Stripes, so that's why there's a nice texture to it and it's not a "solid-felt" item.
Heading down to Nashville to meet Paul's Mom in a few weeks and wanted to knit her something special. MMario's Faux Spanish Lace Shawl (that many of you have done so beautifully) fits the bill!
British readers (and people who don't mind shipping their yarn around the world) could be interested in New Lanark yarns made in an historic mill in Scotland (see: www.newlanarkshop.co.uk/shop.php?view=page&page=43 [link opens in a new window]).
Well, my very first felted project is completed, my submission for the 100 Bowls of Compassion Auction.
I'm attaching before felting and after felting pictures.
After seeing the scarf knitted by a few guys on here, I thought I'd finish mine (started it months ago but couldn't get into it for some reason) It's taken about seven months
Currently working on the Ichida Lace project, although I put that down for a little bit to re-organize my entire house so new carpeting can be put down.