Tuesday, October 17, 2017
I sit in a rocking chair a lot with bare feet. I don't like wearing shoes. But my barefeet get dirty throughout the day and the rug in our room was getting dirty right in front of my chair. So I crocheted a little rug to put there.
It works very nicely and I can just throw it into the washing machine when I need to.
It is a free pattern that I found online. I just used acrylic yarns for the rug and they are working just fine.
It seems to be a great idea to solve a little problem.
Monday, October 16, 2017
This is a baby quilt that I started a couple months ago. I am copying a picture from a magazine that I had with some changes. I don't know who it's for yet, so I won't complete it until a baby is born that I want to give it to. I think I'll give it to a girl.
The center came together quickly especially as it had a pattern. The applique border was the big difference from the picture. I came up with my own idea for that looking at many borders online.
Becasue of the red in some of the squares, I decided to use a little red in the border.
When I know who it's for, I will have a name embroidered onto the quilt.
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
These are some of my knitting projects that I finished a while back.
I gave this little outfit to a baby born this summer. Notice how small the waist is.
I ripped some of the bottoms out and made an opening with a button. I believe it worked fine after that.
Ravelry link At the links you can see what yarns I used, where the pattern came from and any other comments I have
I saw a picture of a sweater like this and used one of my sirdar patterns as a base and copied the pic. I think it turned out very well.
A cute newborn hat. It is very easy to knit.
Ravelry link. Oops! Oops! I must not have put this one in ravelry. I'll have to look it up and do that.
And baby booties. Some baby will get these.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
My daughter is having her first child in a couple of months. So I am helping her with her decor by knitting. This cute elephant is sitting on a shelf in her nursery. He was pretty fun to knit up and is very soft and cuddly.
He even has a little tail.
And here is Mr. Fox. I used the pattern from Little Cotton Rabbits. But I used worsted weight yarn which makes him a little larger.
I revised the pattern for the short pants and added straps.
Wouldn't you like these for your nursery?