Easter Colors Shawl
Easter 2022 project inspiration was colours of this dressy top.
I used some of the leftover yarn from the previous knits.
The major - coral - colour was used for Amelia's Fox Scarf and Bobble Hat.
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Small crocheted ornaments add some contrast to this pale palette; they also match the flowers on the top.
The shawl was knitted from the top (blue background) down - when you start at the neck and increase - left and right - two stitches on each side.
Easter crafts are here - click on the image.
Length of the shawl is 162 cm. Find me on Ravelry - Click on the image above.
A pair of Mittens on TWOsday - 2/22/22
I used handspun (orchids noir; 69 yards/208 ft) yarn from Studioloo to knit these beautiful fingerless mittens.
The material is meriono, angelina, and viscose which makes the texture visible and attractive.
One-of-a-kind knit on a one-of-a-kind day!
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Teeny Tiny Knits
I crocheted these dresses for Amelia's and Zoey's dolls - fun to make and fun to play.
Stylish slippers and mittens
Buying a pair of mittens or a pair of slippers is always an option, but knitting your own is more satisfying!
You can knit a pair in just a few evenings. These cabled slippers and mittens can make a great gift too.
Cute, cozy and comfortable. Warm up your hands and feet!
Click on image below to see a pair of colourful summer slippers.
Click on the image below to see a scarf made from the same yarn.
Pom Pom Wreath
Pom pom is a wonderful finishing touch for any project - a hat or a scarf or an ornament.
They are a fun way to embellish and decorate so many things!
These colourful pom poms are the project themselves - a beautiful wreath for Christmas or some other holiday.
You need a pom pom making gadget and several evenings of your time.
There are 50 pom poms of three different sizes in my wreath.
Click on the images below to see the latest pom pom projects: a scarf and a hoodie.
Pom pom making is addictive, but you can never have too many pom poms!!
November Pom Pom Fun
Fall is for fun with colours and pom-poms.
Look at this knit: grey is great (one of the Halloween shades too), and orange is a true autumn leaf or pumpkin colour (one of the Thanksgiving tones as well).
My November project was a scarf with pom-poms. It is cute and fun.
I also love its radiance - these pom-poms beam joy and gorgeousness!
Happy knitting in November!
Small Snuggle Scarf
This yarn texture and colours are so beautiful that the simple pattern looks really good on both sides.
I used one skein of yarn for this neck wrap. The scarf is wide but short, so I accessorized it with a pretty pin.
Happy knitting in the fall!
For my September small knits I picked Japanese "paper" yarn again. This necklace matches the jacket I made in June.
This bracelet is made of Habu silk stainless steel yarn.
Happy knitting in the fall!
End of Summer Colourful Slippers
One of the fastest knits ever! And a great way to do some stash toss. This skein of Argentinian yarn (purchased in Buenos Ares in 2013) was forgotten and had been sitting in my stash for years. The colour was not to my taste, and I didn't have enough for a bigger knit. But it looks really good in these moccasin slippers!
To see more knits for the feet - click on images below.
Bye, summer! Happy knitting!!