I always have some sort of yarny project in process. Usually, more than a few projects...ahem. My big projects are an L-shaped shawl that I'm crocheting with Kauni yarn that I purchased during the recent Los Angeles Yarn Crawl.
|Kauni L-Shaped Shawl in progress|
One other larger project is a top-down cardigan in Noro and Malabrigo that I'm about a third of the way through.
I recently completed two smaller projects. One is part of a bobble challenge at the Guild. I made a wonky, bobbly stuffed sheep. I didn't follow a pattern, which is evident. I just looked at a few photos of other stuffed sheep. As a result, my sheep has splayed legs and is helplessly looking up. Kinda' sad.
|My Overweight, Sad Sheep|
The other project I just finished is the Fat Tabby Potholder. I like the cat, even though he's kinda' small for a potholder. I'll probably make a few more of these for gifts.
We are having a knit-a-long in our West Hollywood Stitch 'n Bitch. We're all knitting Brenda's Leighton Hat pattern. It's a fun knit and I'm almost done!
|Ellen's "Leighton" Hat|
Our neighbors were in South Africa recently. Rosina spotted this woman spinning yarn at Table Mountain, Cape Town.
|Photo by Rosina Jacobs, 2016. Table Mountain, Cape Town, South Africa|
She bought me two skeins of this beautiful wool! Not sure what I'll make with it, probably a little shawlette, using both colors. Thanks, Rosina!
|Gift Yarn from Rosina!|