I just couldn’t help myself!
I found this pattern: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/melting-popsicles-afghan
It calls for Caron cakes but I just can’t get that when I live in Denmark. But I found sweet rolls from premier yarns on amazon. I had to get it! I want to try this pattern so bad. It looks fabulous! I can’t wait to share my progress when I receive my yarn.
I went back to my favorite shawl pattern. I don’t know how many times I have made this shawl. I fell in love with this yarn from Caron simply soft. The color is Martha’s Vineyard. I’m making the shawl as a surprise for a fellow scouts leader. I really hope she likes it. I’ll post a picture when it’s done and in better lighting.
This is my cherry blossom Sophie now. I love her so much. And today I finally ordered the Sophie’s Universe book. I’m so excited! And pretty exhausted. Yesterday I asked woolwarehouse if they would get the book. And they replied that they would the next day and there would be 120 signed copies. So I have been watching their site like a hawk all day. Finally at 3 pm it was ready! I ordered with shaking hands. LOL I’m such a nerd. But this pattern and all that it stands for means so much to me! I can’t wait to hold the book and I’m not going to start the next part before it’s here.
This is Dedri’s blog post about the book:
Here’s Sophie up to part 6. I really love this project and it’s still my number one favorite pattern 🌸
I just couldn’t help myself when I came across this mini CAL from Sue Pinner. I had this yarn in my stash from a virus shawl I did earlier. It’s perfect for the project. I really like how it’s coming along.
You can find the two first parts here:
The next part will be out tomorrow.
My scrap blanket is done. I decided that it’s for my little new car. I really love this pattern. And the way the black rounds make the other colors pop is just amazing. Thank you Ame Warren for being my inspiration and for being my friend!
I had a lot of leftovers from my carousel. My coworker just loved the colors of the blanket when I brought it to work. So she asked for a hat in the lovely batik yarn. Of course I made her one. My daughter saw it and tried it on and of course she wanted one too. I made her one from a cotton/acrylic blend. The yarn is so soft and she chose the colors.
The pattern: http://littlemonkeyscrochet.com/carlyle-slouch-hat/