Summer Blooms II is officially finished and ready to comfort.
See the crinkles? This is also a good sense of the color. I love it!
I also finished the second baby sweater that is part of my 'training' on the knitting machine!
This one is a size 3-6 months; I used Bernat Baby yarn.
I'm sending this one off to my newest grandniece!
I think I need to make a new sweater for big sister, too,
so I will wait to send it out until I finish hers.
Not a burden to have to knit another sweater!
Like Meredith, I had a late night scramble to make a tribute to Dr Seuss;
I have to have something amazing for every day this week!
I drew this 'badge' and Will colored it in.
I taped the pin to the back to the cardboard back (the front is made of canvas fabric)
using medical tape so it will stay put!
I only have four more badges to make!
I'm glad I only had to make one today!
Now to brush up on the sketching skills!
I love that quilt so much! I fear my winter quilt is going to have to go on the back burner as soon as spring really arrives. I need to work on that one too.ReplyDelete
Love the Dr. Seuss badge. He's lucky to have such a crafty grandma!
You did very well on Green Eggs and Ham.ReplyDelete
Crinkly quilts are THE best - they say, "Love."ReplyDelete
What a cute badge! What a sweet sweater! What a wonderful quilt. You are getting it done!ReplyDelete
Summer blooms...oh How lovely. and in another way, How I want summer and blooms around here. Grrrrr. Very very cold wind chills. Freezing at the barnReplyDelete