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WiP Wednesday 3/6/13

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I can’t believe it’s Wednesday already. It seems like I just can’t fit enough into the days! Well, here we have a bit of my Wips, and some finished objects as well.

More-Ruffle-Scarves

I have made a few more ruffle scarves for street fair season.

Max-Hats-for-Damian

I have been working on red and black Max hats for my friend who wants to put them in his dojo gift shop.

More-Spa-Sets!

Lots of spa sets being made. I plan on releasing the last pattern tomorrow or the next day.

Working on Spa Sets

A few days after that I should put up a post with links to all of the spa set patterns.

Hanging-Bath-Poufs

I have been having fun hanging the bath poufs everywhere!

To-Go-Cup-Cozy

I am thinking of making a bunch of these to go cup cozies for street fair sales.

Working-on-left-sleeve-of-Kat-Coat

I have finally finished the sleeves and collar on my Kat coat.

Top-Half-of-Kat-Coat-without-Hood

Now it just needs a zipper, and a hood, and a skirt, and a belt, and some pockets. But it’s getting there!

Plastic-Lizard

Vada seems to have acquired this little plastic lizard, I think it was in a goodie bag from a classmate’s birthday. Vada says she keeps it to look at when she wants to remember Princess. Did I tell you Princess died a few weeks ago? She had a long life for a little lizard. The girls handled it very well.

Very-Cool

I will leave you with this cool picture. I believe it is actually fabric covering this chair and ottoman, but it sure is cool and yarnie~looking!

Well, I should get this posted before it isn’t Wednesday anymore!

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WiP Wednesday ~ 2/27/13

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Well, it’s Wednesday again. That means it’s time for me to share what I have been up to for the past week. As the girl’s vacation wrapped up, Doug and I made a cover for the radiator in the back corner of the playroom. I wanted them to be able to sit and read and have a place to lean against.

Girl's-Radiator-Cover

We made the cover out of scraps of lumber found in our garage. It’s not the prettiest thing in the world, but it works. The girls were very happy to have a little reading nook.

Girl's-Reading-Nook

Sunday was an InsaniTea day! I wasn’t sure if I was going to make more rainbow bracelets, or if I was going to work on the never ending  K1P1 scarf.

InsaniTea-Yarn-Day

The scarf won out. Knit one. Purl one. Knit one. Purl one. I was actually quite happy when a friend I hadn’t seen in several months showed up! It was so nice to catch up.

Knitting-at-InsaniTea

I have been working on the adult version of the Kat coat. Here it is ready for sleeves. And a collar. And a hood. And a skirt. And maybe a pocket or two. Oh, and a belt and zipper. OK, so it’s only just started…

Adult-Kat-Ready-for-Sleeves

The pattern includes a variety of sleeve options. Fitted, straight, flared, belled, reg length, mitt length… Mine has a straight sleeve, mitt length, with a thumb hole.

Adult-Kat-Sleeve

Progress is being made! I hope to have the other sleeve and maybe the collar by the next WiP Wednesday.

Adult-Kat-with-One-Sleeve

Yesterday I had to go to the laundry mat. We are hoping to have our new (to us) machine here in a week or two. I’ll be glad to be washing laundry at home again. While at the laundry mat, I worked on another sample for my next skirt pattern.

Knitting-at-the-Laundry-Mat

I have been working on the head forms I told you about. I now have 3 infant size forms. They are all about 15″ around. I ended up using a 4.5mm hook to get the 15 1/2″ I wanted for my fitting form. I will use the front one here for fitting patterns and photos, and use the other two for displaying hats at InsaniTea and craft /street fairs.

3-Infant-Size-Head-Forms

Today I have been working on my Spa sets. Here are a few bath poufs, and mitts. I should be posting the pattern for the mitt in the next day or two.

Spa-Sets-in-Progress

I have also been making a few ruffle scarves. I made some with this pattern, and I made some just by single crochet 4, ch1, turn repeat.

Ruffle-Scarves-for-Street-Fairs

I should get back to spa sets. Have a nice evening!

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I missed a few…

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As I have been organizing my blog and my patterns, it has come to my attention that I have missed sharing a few patterns with you. What a sad thought! I love to share. So here they are!

First is the Tosh Chain Scarf. It is so fun a versatile See all those loops, they can be used as keyholes to pull the scarf through, or they can be stacked over your head in various ways. The possibilities are nearly endless! Tosh is for sale for just $3.00 (but it is on sale 20% off until Jan 2, 2013.) You can find it on Ravelry, and Craftsy.

Tosh-Chain-Scarf-Crochet-Pattern

Next is the FREE Dancing Mushroom Chart. I made it for one of my Kat Coats. It’s just too fun!

Dancing-Mushroom-Chart-Free-Knit-Chart

You can find the PDF for this chart over on Craftsy or Ravelry.

Free-Knit-Chart-Dancing-Mushroom-Chart

There you are. I will do my best not to forget to share with you all again.

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I love my dragon!

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So I’ve been wanting a dragon for a year. I asked for one for Christmas last year, but they’re kind of expensive.  I know you’re thinking, ” where do you buy a dragon?” It’s not that kind of a dragon. I’m talking about the talk to type computer program.  You know, the one they advertise on TV around this time of year.  Well, I found one really cheap on O.co, so I bought it for myself.

We’re both still figuring each other out, so for the time being, it’s not that much quicker than typing;  however, I’m sure as we get to know each other, it will get faster.  It’s still tons of fun though!

Anyway, this past Sunday was the Yarrrn Club meeting at InsaniTea.  I brought along lots of sock monkeys who needed eyes and mouths. As soon as they were able to see, they fell in love with the giant InsaniTea sock monkey, and had to go sit with him. They were very sad to leave, but they are looking forward to their new homes in Texas.

Monkeys-with-the-InsaniTea-monkey

On Monday morning the girls saw the new additions to our sock monkey family and had to start the quality control. Vada just had to see how many she could hug at once. (more…)

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