Monday, February 27, 2017

Stocking Colors--Some Options

I've made so many different color combination of stockings over the past few years, I thought it might be good to get a page where I could put pictures of all or most of them. Some of these pictures are pretty rough, color and composition wise, but still, it gives an idea, and that's what I'm going for here.






















































































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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

WIP-February Edition

Active Projects (work on one or more of these every day or close to that)
  • Restock Stockings--make a few patchwork
  • Baby boy hats
  • sweater
  • hats for adam's friends
  • Hat for Kami-pale pink with navy blue and hot pink
  • Hat for Jessi-Flap hat. Teal where red, lavender where gold.
  • Slippers for Kendee and Eliza
  • Bearded Hats for Kristi's son, Kaden, and Joanie's boys
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Back Burner, but still on the stove
  • Distribute beanies to Greenways, and S&L Cantwells
  • Restock gloves, black, heather gray
  • Make flowers and maroon and hot pink for package decor
  • Make African Flower stockings
  • Make more baby dresses
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  • make more slippers
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  • try a new pattern of dishcloths


  • Make more scrubbies-restock and also try a new patternPhotobucket
  • Go through old stock, either donate or re-purpose items that are consistent non-sellers
  • Crochet legwarmers
  • Make a scarf/cowl like the one Tonia asked about.
  • Make a hairband something along the lines of this.
  • Go through clear tote and make sure all is dealt with there
  • Finish plarn bag 
Someday, (I hope!)
  • Reclaim yarn from thrift store sweaters
  • Make/Design Beret
  • Design/Make Potholders (for wedding gifts)
  • Make/Design Soap Socks/Savers for family, gifts, possibly etsy shop.(popcorn stitch on one side, plain on the other. (Make a soap saver, perhaps like this one)
  • Re-learn to tat.
Image courtesy of vrangtantebrun

  • Make/Design/Refine Convertible Mittens pattern
  • Go through specialty yarn, imaginate (scarves?)




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