Well Christmas is almost upon us and I really haven’t gotten much done to show for it. I found out that I have the beginning stages of Rheumatoid Arthritis so have been mired in the Internet for the last three weeks trying to figure out what happens with this disease. I did start some knitting today but I have to admit that as far as getting homemade gifts ready for Christmas this year was so-so.
I did make some more oven towels.
The tutorial for these towels is over at the right-hand side of this blog.
I also spun up a little hank of the wool I had dyed (shown in previous posts).
Shetland black, dyed shetland boysenberry and tangerine.
I also managed to do a low-water immersion shirt for my son.
Jaquard Jet Black, ProChem Intense Blue. The grey/brown was the jet black separating in the water.
I also bought some stuff from KnitPicks.
Enchanted Lake sock yarn.
Close-up of the sock yarn because it’s so pretty.
Jaquard acid dyes to experiment with my wool after Christmas.
Some baby alpaca yarn on sale.
Not much else going on right now. I need to clean the dining room and put up the tree (I hate doing this but the grandkids will be here) so I can’t see blogging again before Christmas so I’m wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 🙂
I finally finished the crayon rolls for the Sunday school for Christmas. I used a variety of kids prints I’d been collecting all year long with some of my hand-dyed fabric, lol, I went and checked the link to the tutorial in last year’s post and noticed last year the hand-dyes were part of the background whereas this year I’d used them to make the pockets. Here they are all sixteen of them.
Finished crayon rolls.
Lots of different kids prints.
You can find the tutorial for these here:
Just a quick wish to everyone to say Merry Christmas and have a Happy New Year. May God bless you all and your families during this holiday season and in the coming year and I hope all of the memories will be fond ones.