Hello Cuties, here is one more of my favourite knittings. This cardigan is 100% Merino wool 100m/50g and hand knitted with 3.75mm needles. It is 10 years old and still has no buttons.I just coud not find the right ones. The little guy is my youngest gr
Hello Cuties, here are some tops I have knitted for my youngest daughter in 2002. She still wears them and is allways asked where she bougt them. These are current pictures. The yarn is 100% Pima Cotton, except the jeans-top
Advice needed please. My skip rotary cutting blade has arrived from China and I've tried it out. If I use it on fleece fabric, I can pull the fabric apart very easily along the perforations. Those of you who have used one, please share what you have lear
Got a sweater done.......this one hangs open and closed with just a top button.....I also made a "messy bun hat" for a friend of mine who works out in the cold.....this hat took about 2-3 hours to make......
Another crochet fiddle mat. I'm really pleased with this one but a bit concerned because I've been warned that some care homes do not like them done in treble crochet stitches. (Doubles in US.) The centre of this one was a rectangle I folded in half to
Tried some more top-down and this time wrote down what I did so I now have a basic pattern. And my stash is reduced by 2 1/2 balls. That came from my mother's stash. Question now is knit a hat to go with it or use the yarn in another odd ball project.
I'm not comfortable with sewing items to fidget mats because every separate beginning and end is a potential unravel (with determined fingers!) This has very small beads and elastic hair ties crocheted in as I went along. Other textures were created with
Along with the potholders shown in project I crochet my daughter in law a owl blanket. Unfortunatly I do not have a pic of the open blanket. The blanket is folded up and then put into the attached hood which is the owl. That turns it into a pillow when no
These are the dolls I played with in the 50's and 60's. They are 34 inches tall and are the size of a 3 year old. They were play pal child size dolls. I played with them so much I combed the hair out of their heads. I would love to find some wigs I c
Thanks to my spilling tea over the laptop and a new keyboard having to be imported from the USA I have done little embroidery, digitising etc. Out of sheer frustration I bought a loose keyboard today, so that solved my problem. In the meantime I knitt
I made a new batch of ribbon barrettes for my great niece Amelia. They take a while longer now with wonky fingers, but bring back memories of my daughter wearing them. And I get a steady stream of pictures with her wearing them, which makes me smile.
OOPS I goofed. <br /><br /> Here is some hand embroidery I have been doing while helping with ill family members. These were all found in a thrift store and are the older stamped patterns. For me it's painting with thread...therapy. I'm so grateful t