Sunday, September 21, 2008

Circle Cloth

New Cloth called the Circle Cloth by Hakucho. Wow! It is addictive and amazing. I absolutely love the 3-dimensional look and whether you are working with self-striping yarn, or 2 colors the look is unique and beautiful.
Thank you so much for this cloth pattern Hakucho!

Monday, September 1, 2008

Dang, I did it again!

I can't believe almost a month has gone by again. I've gotten quite a bit done this month but was really hoping to get back to posting once a week. It's been very busy at work lately and working 50-60 hours a week, has really taken a tole on me.

These are for some swaps I signed up for, so I've been busy catching up and making sure I am ahead of what I obligated myself for. I am cutting back on the new swaps but some I already commited for: Reusable grocery tote, pineapple dishcloth and a dishcloth theme for autumn.

When we went to the lake a couple of weeks ago, Daddy didn't pack Austin a hat and since I was working on bibs that weekend anyways, I whipped up a hat for Austin to match his bib.

This is one of the bibs I did for a bib swap over on Ravelry. I have the other 2 bibs done, but I want to machine embroidery on the plain one, so I'll post pictures in another post of all 3 bibs at one time.

On Crochetville, a woman was asking for squares or finished quilts for the American Red Cross for some of the fire victims in Iowa. This is the finished afghan I sent her for her cause.

Another dishcloth swap. This one was Mason-Dixon theme and I did one ball band in Knit and one in crochet. I had also included a candy from NECCO and one pecan cluster from TN.

More charity squares for another cause. These haven't been mailed yet as I just finished them this weekend. Hoping to get them out on Tueday.

And of course, can I post without putting a current picture of Austin up? Of course not.

Happy knitting all!