I found a bag of yarn at the thrift store last month and made it a personal challenge to use it all up in one month. I did it!
As soon as my blog gets approved, I'll post pictures of my weekly progress. Well. I'll *try* to post pics. "Barb" and "tech savvy" are three words that never appear in the same sentence...lol.
Fantastic striped hats, Barb!! Could you share the pattern? are these for a newborn? Thanks.
I think your coasters look perfect, Barb....the stitching is sooooo neat. If you hadn't have said you made them, I would have believed them to be shop-bought.....truly!!!!
Great chemo hats.......started to pick a fave, but it looked like being a long list.....lol
You and the word 'stash' just don't seem to go together......hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
Thanks, Bev! :-)
"You and the word 'stash' just don't seem to go together......hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha"
I know, right?..............lolololololololol
I'm determined to not buy any yarn this year.
Uh-huh!! Good luck with that!!!!
Rephrase...I'm determined to not buy any KAS yarn this year, which means I'll have to stay out of the second hand store. It's my downfall. I just can't pass up a bargain. lol
I do have some personal projects in the queue that I'll have to purchase yarn for.
Thanks, Diana. They're not newborn size. The pattern has two sizes, Kids 5-8 and Adult. I tend to knit loosely so, for me, following the smaller size, with the suggested needles, made a cap that would fit a small to average adult head. I don't stress about gauge and fit for things like caps. I figure they'll fit someone. Here's a link to the pattern.
I love your hearts and fish !!!