Well, I bet I am not alone in having this go through my mind when I read the theme
I apologise for being late posting my theme introduction - I am sure the video has given you ideas - fish, shells, seaweed, blues and greens, lobsters and mermaids......... lion fish, old statues and shipwrecks, sharks..........
I look forward to seeing what you are all making.
They look wonderful - is this the pattern in the KAS pattern book? I am concerned about making hats ever since we had that reminder about making the hats the right size.
Thank you. They take me less than 2hours each + are great for using awkward colours or odd balls. Sorry no, this pattern is not in the KAS pattern book.
It's in the Members' Pattern Book at the bottom of the first page - pattern from Wendy Hinson (at least I guess that's what you're using, Karen!)
You must have a spare room in your house, Karen, simply to store all your knitting!
Wonderful! I don't know how you can do these so quickly, but sure glad that you do. Happy, warm children, thanks to your amazing skill.
Your hats are ALWAYS beauties, Karen!! You sure have a knack for using any and all colours. :))
You are amazing Karen, these hands are super!
Thank you for hosting this month Rebecca, we certainly got lots inspiration from so many posts.
Thank you, Rebecca!
What a fun month we have had! And the children will continue to enjoy for a long time to come.
You are very welcome - I have been hosting in part from North Wales and today what was under the sea was me!! It has been wildly windy and wet with rain and also the sea spray! I have really enjoyed seeing all the amazing items you have made for the children.
Thank you Rebecca!