The crochet hook has been picked up a little more lately, and hence there are a few WIP's lying around at the moment. Perfect for the cold evenings here. The sewing machine is kind of hiding amongst boxes of flooring and tools for a while, which is rather sad, but that's ok. I did manage to squish in and finish off the Maisy floor cushion cover though! That was a rather must, so it can go back in a suitcase to Canada.
and completed with a handmade card from the littlest lady.
We have been having a few crisp mornings and late afternoons. My feet and my hands suffer at the moment and cannot get warm. Mittens didn't appeal to me as I still wanted to be able to carry out my housework... or craft... or driving. After a quick search on ravelry I downloaded and printed this pattern. First attempt at cable too with crochet. (never tried it with knitting either though!) The pattern is for advanced beginners and didn't take long to work up.
Cabled wrist warmers. In 100% wool 8ply charcoal classic from bendigo.
Pattern from here on Ravelry.
And then there was this acrylic that I had kept turning away from, untill it jumped off the shelf and into my basket. I actually love how it is working up. Another blanket in hdc's.
And lastly, this colourful as-you-go blanket coming along nicely. I really loved working the star stitch out (the light pink, 3rd from top). All yarn for this blanket is from the classic range from bendigo and using a 5mm hook.
The house is still a major WIP. That is for another post.