Welcome to another WIP Wednesday! I’ve been knitting like a fiend every chance I get to try to crank out orders and work on Christmas knitting and knit a bit more stock for my upcoming show, it’s crazy!
Today I’m sharing with you a hat that was ordered by a friend of mine. He wanted it to be slouchy, with a pompom, colorful, unique and have earflaps. What else could you put on a hat?
I finished up the knitting portion of the hat on Monday evening but as it is not 100% complete I thought it fair to share with you what I have 🙂
To read more WIPs and share your own, check out Tami’s blog!
Welcome back to our regularly scheduled programming! I hope you all had a wonderful weekend and enjoyed Thanksgiving if you celebrate it, if not, I still hope your weekend was wonderful and going back to work this week isn’t so terrible hehe.
This week I’m sharing with you a new band with an upbeat, happy feel to their music 🙂
I really really quite enjoyed reading all of the comments from last week’s giveaway post– definitely learned some new things to make my patterns better and more enjoyable to knit from!
By random number generator, the winner for this giveaway is Sandra! Sandra, I’ll be in touch with you shortly and I think everyone else should check out her blog.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend whatever you end up doing, I plan on cranking out a lot of custom orders and some Christmas knitting and hopefully some knitting for my upcoming show! I have a four-day weekend because of the US Thanksgiving holiday and boy am I glad.
thanks again to everyone who entered and to everyone who’s ever bought a pattern from me, I sincerely strive to make this passion my full-time job and every pattern sale gets me one step closer!
Remember the stocking I mentioned last week? It’s been finished and shipped off the recipient 🙂 I sincerely hope that it serves its magical purpose and fills with lovely things on the Eves of Christmas for my nephew to enjoy the following morning for years to come.
I knit the stocking out of Paton’s Encore Worsted on size 8 needles and it was a really quick knit, even with all the colorwork! Although, that could be because colorwork is addicting because you want to see what one more row will do to the pattern and you never end up putting the needles down….that can’t just be me.
To see more FO Friday posts check out Tami’s blog and share your own!