I will answer them before they even call to me. While they are still talking to me about their needs, I will go ahead and answer their prayers. Isaiah 65:24

Monday, January 30, 2012

New projects

I finally finished the Patchwork Baby Blanket that I started last summer. It is for Abigail Sue, Nathan and Lynn's baby girl who will be born on or around June 1st. I made it out of Cascade 220. There were 25 squares. I used pink, blue, and green because when the blanket was started Lynn was not pregnant yet and we did not know the gender of the baby.

Also finished the Willow Cowl. I gave Kelli the pattern and yarn for this cowl for Christmas and we were going to have a knit-along. She struggled somewhat with it and has put it aside for a while. It is very pretty and warm.

Monday, January 2, 2012

Found more photos

I found a photo of the felted tote bag. It is very large. I gave it to Lynn for her birthday. Also made Robbie the Radiant Robot for Ethan and Leila, Lydia, and Lucas monsters for Chloe for Christmas. Found a very cute pattern for a mother rabbit with an apron that holds little bunny finger puppets. Will try to make it for Chloe for Easter.

Long time, No Post!!

Yes, it has been a long time. I have been very busy working on Christmas projects, etc., etc., etc. Just look at all the projects. I made all the hats for our "Dirty Santa" gift giving, but wanted to make special ones for Ron, Nathan, and Mikel. I made 4 pair of felted mittens for Pam, Jenni, Susie, and Lynn. I think their hands will stay warm this winter. Also, made a pair of French Press Felted slippers as requested by Jenni's mom last Christmas. Made a quickie cowl with yarn and pattern from Mary Ann (book club gift) and a pair of fiingerless mitts to help Jennifer keep her hands warm at school. Not pictured is a beautiful felted tote bag (you can see it on Ravelry project page), the Tuck shawl I started on November 2nd, and a fairy and fairy purse for Jordan for Christmas.

We just found out today that Nathan and Lynn will be having a baby girl (Abigail Sue) on or around June 1st.
 I will have to finish the Patchwork Baby Afghan I started last summer and then start in on a newborn sweater and hat. It could be chilly on the 1st of June.  I also have yarn to knit Chloe a beautiful lime green sweater for Easter. I hope to have it finished by March 1st and then I will try to sew a matching dress. Once again, I have many projects in the works, but not the socks I want to make. Oh well, knitting baby items is quick and heartwarming.