Since I’ve been getting nice feedback on the scarfs I created lately and the fact that they are piling up, I’ve decided to put them up for sale here on the blog.
The first ones to go are these;
You find details on colors, prices, how to order and future items for sale, right here on the For Sale page.
Not so much a scarf as an accessory. I love it and will make more in other colors.
I didn’t have much planned for this weekend, and when my Saturday night plans fell through I found myself very restless, so to ease the restlessness I brought out my knitting basket and completed two long-time-ago started projects. I now have two more scarfs that I don’t really need, maybe I should try to sell some of them because I am about to start a third one.
Trying to complete last nights knitting project I came to the realization that all my big needles had gone missing, so I jumped on my bike and swished down to my favorite Sunday-open crafts shop Panduro.It turned out that they had some cool new yarn, that kind of needs to have real large knitting needles to look good. Oops!
In time for the World Cup Quarter Finals, I finished another little piece of art, a Swedish flag. The package that this pattern came in has at one point in time also included a magnet, if I’m lucky I will find is somewhere in my apartment so I can gift it to someone and then make them feel bad if they don’t have it on their fridge.
On Friday night I needed something to do with my hands while watching Sweden get defeated by Russia in the Ice Hockey, and I wasn’t in the mood for knitting. As I rummaged through the drawer that contains my cross stitch patterns I found a small frog.
My grandmother used to collect frogs, she had quite a lot of them at the time of her passing, and I’m pretty sure that I purchased this frog with her in mind. Obviously this is one of those times when you postpone something it might be too late. I will try to ensure that this frog make it to her collection – I’ve heard that it is in very good hands.
And right now I am pretty pleased with myself as well as hoping that tomorrow will be cold enough so I can wear them.