FRUIT and FLOWERS
Over the years this has been a regular theme: a sign of freshness, beauty and hope, bringing colour and warmth to our KAS kids.
I confess to being a hopeless
knitter. Crochet is more in my line. Fortunately here at Knit-a-Square we are all welcomed with open arms
Combining both techniques can also be fun, sewing appliqué crochet onto a knit base for example, or appliqués
Please don’t worry if a little veggie sneaks in. It will be welcome among the fruit and flowers.
Finally we would have no fruit, flowers or veggies without the help of the sun, rain and friendly insects.
Don't forget that February's colour is ORANGE
Gees Th U - I'm enjoying doing sets of them, + have set myself a monthly target to use some stash ✔️
Another GREAT batch, Karen!! Think my fave is the top left.....SO pretty!!
I love your hats, Karen. They look so snug.
6 more beauties, I like the top left too :)
I'm really looking forward to seeing all these hats in distributions.
Upper left is my fav by far.
That orange is just perfect. I've just run out of the orange I had and my problem is that there isn't a wool shop in town any more. I suppose I'll just have to order some!!!!!
I love this apricot orange very much but I have the same problem as Valerie wrote down. So at first I have to order some skeins in an e-shop.
A beautiful pale orange colour, Bev.
I order almost all my yarn online. Its usually cheaper but then you have to add postage, so I end up buying more than I need to to qualify for free postage, and so it goes on .. ..
I suffer the same thing. As I said , we no longer have a wool store here and the nearest one is quite some way away and doesn't have a great choice. I used to order online from a British store that has a fantastic choice. However, since Brexit I not only pay postage but I get landed with customs duty as well. I've now found a fairly good store online in France and another in Holland.