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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Needlework Update - October, 2014

Good morning,

It is that time for the Needlework Update for October.  Above is a custom order hot pink sweater that will go to live in Michigan.  This is such a happy, beautiful color!  The lady who ordered it is also a happy, beautiful person.
This light and airy shawl will also keep your shoulders warm.  The combination of textures of lavender yarn blend to make this a truly unique piece.
Here's another chemo cap for the shop.  I call this color grape soda. 
This cap features a band of soft textured yarn.  Lovely.
I had a fabulous time making these intarsia knit winter hats that are perfect for a man or a woman. 
Each hat is unique since I designed as I knitted.  I love grouping yarns that look terrific together, then making something new from them.  These Nordic inspired roll brim hats are one-size-fits-all and can be rolled up or down keep your ears and back of your neck warm.  How fun!  They will be available in the shop in December, or you can reserve one or both now leaving a comment.
The last two items for this month are wine or water bottle covers.  They adjust to fit a variety of bottle sizes and are gift wrap that won't be thrown away.
 If you're shopping for the yourself or for gifts, I hope you'll stop by our little shop, EvensensProductions.com and see if we have just the right unique items you'd like to have delivered to your front door.

What is on your list to create for the holidays this year?

We now return to our regularly scheduled blogging.  ;) 

All the very best,
Lois

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6 comments:

Mersad said...

The ones for the bottles are fantastic.

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

MarkD60 said...

The bottle covers are cool. It woould be nice to gove someone a bottle of wine as a gift with one of those covers!

TexWisGirl said...

very nice knits!

Montanagirl said...

Beautiful handi-work once again!

River Glorious said...

Wow! Wish I had knitting skills like yours!

Deere Driver said...

Love your talent with the Nordic style patterned hats.