Took a few days off last week to take advantage of the unseasonably warm weather and play at home with wool.
First priority was putting the finishing touches on the vest- buttons and loops
It is now officially done! And I am so pleased.
Really love how the color transitions worked out, and how the buttons pull it all together 🙂
( I know that one is upside down, but I just liked how the light fell on it from that angle )
And with the vest complete, I took a break from knitting to try my hand at making some cute little project bags
I got two done, and have the fabric and zippers ready to go for three more-
Was fun digging in my fabric stash for color combinations.
I made the medium size- which should be about right for a hat or cowl or pair of socks.
Also did a bit of fleece washing- from top to bottom- Chone, Heidi, Marta
Now, for a very brief time, I can say that I am all caught up! No raw fleece in the house! (until the pasture folk are ready to give up their coats)
And speaking of that, I did talk Esther and Dottie out of a little neck wool yesterday.
Just to let a little of that spring air in.
Was pretty messy, as neck wool tends to be, but after trimming and picking out the crud, I ended up with two nice little muffins.
Which turned into one squishy little skein.
Think this is the first time I’ve blended the two girls’ wools together. Maybe now that they’ve worked out their issues and become buddies they can cooperate on a sweater 🙂
I love the Dottie and Esther muffins. I do think a sweater is in order. I do love the vest. The color transitions are cool.
thanks Donna- they have this cool “cookies and cream” kind of look. Dottie’s neck wool is just amazing. And it looks like she came though the winter without much felting!
I don’t even want to hear it is POSSIBLE to be all caught up!