Episode 65: So tired but still crafting
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- Berry Baby Hat but pumpkin by Michelle Sabatier using leftover Rios in lettuce and sunset
- Baby hat with top knot by tegan using PlainJane Craft DK cotton in a pale blue
- My first woven scarf using sweet georgia tough love sock which is an 80/20 merino nylon blend in the saltwater and neverland colorways
- Recommendation Gist Yarn
- Second woven scarf using Wonderland Yarn in Little Bat and some Merino Sock from Dyetastic that was part of a OOAK sale in a blacky purple
- Latest stripey SOS by Susan B Anderson – using Lollipop yarn in the traditional sock base – in the colorway Dream a Little Dream
- Curdach Blanket by Carol Feller in her Blasta base – note that Carol feller will have the pattern available for non-club members and this fantastic yarn in October.
- Lothlorien Shawl by Jennifer Wood
- The Rainscape Cowl by Erin Kurup (Remade by Hand) using Dyetastic Perfectly Sock base – i think it’s the Junk Rock colroway which is hot pinks, to almost read to a bubblegum pink
Ah, Jo…as usual your deep thoughts mirror my own. Impressed with your daughter’s long term thinking. A rare capacity at her age. I hope your holidays are a time of peaceful reflection and perhaps a bit of private indulgence.
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