1) The Boring Baby Blanket
Also you may notice this blankie is sort of big. That's because I seriously haven't decided if it is going to go to my newest (not born yet) niece, or to the one who is already 2, since she will be wondering why everyone is giving things to this new little person instead of her. At any rate, it is washable yarn and hopefully it will be a well-accepted gift.
2) English Pastry Socks
the yarn came from England in a swap, and the colors are pastel, which is a word I apparently forgot so I always said pastry instead. Which...I guess the alpaca content makes them sort of decadent like pastries? So it's sort of fitting, almost.
|Spiraling toes :)|
3) Granny square Cowl (if you're a regular reader then you already know. sorry.)
4) "Valentine's Day Consolation Prize" Slippers
free pattern found here) just for the heck of it. Since they're a Valentine present, after all. I actually have quite a few balls of Patons that have been sitting in the stash collecting dust and I am now contemplating making about a billion of these.
super easy. And oh so cute.
I may have already started another pair in black.
What's really cool is that now that I have successfully crocheted slippers (that actually fit my feet!) I think I can move up to crocheting shoes! I already bought the jute cord for the soles and I am super excited.
|What yarn diet?|
Check out more lovely finished objects at Tamis Amis.