Here are a few pictures of this week in projects…
Some of them were started a while back and I only got around to finish them this week. Some were spontaneous knits -like the blue beany – or improvised last minute changes, like the rainbow mitten. It was going to be a sock until it occurred to me that it would be such a shame for these rainbows not to be displayed where they can be seen the most, to cheer people up… On someone’s hands that is! 🌈
So that sock turned into a mitten. I am knitting the second one now ✨✨✨
The crow was started about a year ago and its various pieces had been lying in and on my – ahem living room table – all that time. It was even used as a cat bed at some point in the summer. 🐣 I’m glad it has all been assembled, sewn and is now proudly standing on its perch in my living room. I had the urge to finish it as I was revisiting some dark parts of the past this week. I re lived a very short spell of depression, I had the urge to finish the crow then. When Boy first saw it finished, he said :”Oh! it looks just like a dementor!” – knowing that J.K Rowling said that the dementors symbolised her depression, his comment made me smile 😋 💫
My seagul needed a friend so I knitted him a bird – a female that is in London.💖
💫 Im very pleased with the blue beany with the light pink pompom. It was a real pleasure to knit, in that squishy chunky yarn. I gave it to my friend last night as it was her first kid’s 6th birthday 🎂 I thought it was also her birthday too, as it celebrates the day she gave birth to herself as a mother. I’m pleased to say that the colours suit her very, very well. I’m thinking about knitting a few them and add them on Etsy.
What do you think?
Moose is proudly sporting Boy’s hat, waiting patiently for spring to kick in – I hope he won’t be waiting too long…💨🌦
Oh and the sheep mittens are a work in progress! ☕️ 🍪
🐺 Have a lovely weekend!🐺
Noemie – or No Amy as they call me here 🐭