I have been busy

I have been busy.  Above is a dishcloth that I knitted.  I am in a group on Ravelry of very nice ladies.  We chat, share kind things, support each other.  There is some very experienced knitters in the group.  I know if I have a question on knitting one of them if not all of them will post something to help.  Really great group of girls.  One of the ladies gifted me a pattern for this washcloth.  It is Sweetheart Washcloth by Susan B Anderson.  It was a quick knit, done all in garter stitch.  It even looks great without the outside edging.  So I made it up right away because it is close to Valentines.  I have been gift other patterns I am hoping to start on in February.  I will show you them and tell you about them as I get them done.

This is a pattern by Retro lemon called Molly the traveling turtle  it is a simple turtle to knit.  In the Ravelry group Retro Lemon, they are having a contest this month.  She would like you to knit the turtle, tell a little story.  At the end of January, they will pick one and that person will win some yarn and a bag.  I don't mind if I don't win.  I looked at it as a way to get me to knit a pattern I had seen and had ideas about.  So first I knit the turtle in the picture below.  The pattern didn't have the shell edging, I had that idea myself from a turtle I used to doodle (draw).  I named her Miss Lady Lavender.  This was a requirement to name her and then to tell about her.  I said how she likes to get into my craft room and get into the yarn and crawl on my sewing machine.  Then I made the smaller version with beads.  This is Miss Lady Lavender's little sister Sparkle Lavender.  She loves beads because they sparkle.  She is also made from a yarn that sparkles.  I have another idea, but not sure I will have time to get it done.  We will see.

I also have been making Valentines for a knitting group.  I also made some more tiny bunnies to go with them.  I must say I am in a mood to take a break from knitting them.  I am up to 97 I have knit.  I had so much fun making the cards above.  I cut the critters on my cricut and the scallop edge hearts and the plain hearts on my Bosskut Gazelle.  I plan on having a post about the machines later.  I know there has been a couple of people asking me about the paper cutting machines.  I am not an expert, but thought I would write a post or two about them, so if you decide you want to purchase one you will know about the ones I can tell you about.  They are a lot of fun.  there are machines of many price ranges, so everyone could do it.  The Valentine's made me wish I was doing this when my kids were little and I could be making them for them.  Oh well.


1 comment:

  1. What a creative soul you are! Everything is super cute!


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