Last weekend I came down with a yucky cold. I haven't felt that awful for a long time.
I figured some quiet knitting time would heal me.
Turns out it was a good decision as I got worse and spent two days in bed.
|Bendigo Woollen Mills 'Luxury' in Ruby|
Look! I've made a very cropped sleeveless cardy which will eventually (hopefully not too far away) become a long, long-sleeved cardy.
There was a fair bit of frustration until I got the hang on the raglan increases but considering a week and a half ago I didn't really know what a raglan increase was....I'm stoked.
My arms were getting a little tired as the Harvest cardy is getting a little heavy so I decided to give up on my 'one project at a time' (foolish) dream.
|Yarn: Bendigo Woollen Mills 'Stellar' Wool/Bamboo|
I awaiting the next 'clue' so I thought I'd cast on another in the meantime. There's a few babies to be born at the end of winter and I feel like small knits allow me to get a feel of what I like to do/knit while getting a handmade gift at the same time.
|Bendigo Woollen Mills 'Cameo' - Discontinued Wool/Angora|
|BWM - Luxury...seeing a theme here?|
I haven't done too much more crochet, I guess my hands have been busy.
I think he likes his blanket already.
|BWM 100% Cotton|
Harvey's hasn't got much bigger yet either. Definitely a slow burn project.
One should always have a helper when you are trying to take blog pics.
|Foxy Baby Mills - in Lachy|
Because it's so helpful when they pull the computer cord out, tug the crochet off the table, try and unzip the craft bag....Lucky he's cute!
Wishing you all a Happy Easter and that no matter what you celebrate, you have some chocolate!!