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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Needlework Update - March, 2016

Good morning,

Here it is time for another Needlework Update featuring the items that have been made since last month's update.  I've had the knitting needles and crochet hooks flying again!

Above is a sweater in gorgeous shades of teal and purple.  The sweater and...
...this headband/ear warmer and...
...these boot cuffs were a custom order that have been delivered to the lady who ordered them.
This set of tan wool blend double thick boot cuffs is in the shop.
This was another month for head gear.  This headband has been sold...
...and this one is still in the shop.
This set of two has gone to a beautiful set of twins.  ;)
Here's one for St. Patrick's Day or any day.
New in the shop are toddler bonnets.  There are more to follow, but this is the first.  How darling for a little one for Spring!
This is a pure white, double thick white unisex hat.
And, this navy blue hat was a custom order that has been delivered.
I've restocked the cloche/chemo caps in the shop, too.  This one is a wool blend.
This is a similar hat to the one above with the addition of a flower with butterfly.  This one was a custom order.

This pretty pink "painted" turtle was a Valentine gift...
...and, finally, here's an angel fish pin cushion to restock the shop.

So, that's it for this month.  Of course, the needles and hooks continue to fly making more items.

These updates have become my visual record of what I've made.  It's fun to go back a year or so to see what I was making, then, too.

What are you making?

All the best,

Hand Crafted Original and Traditional Designs


Montanagirl said...

Wow - you're still cranking out some beautiful needlework while I've been gone. I've been away for a long time - long story. Hope you're still following me!

Rose said...

You sure do get a lot of stuff done...and it is all beautiful!

Karen Ruane said...

oh you have been busy!! Gorgeous knitting Lois....x

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Belos trabalhos, gostei.
Um abraço.

Beth said...

Lois, your hooks and needles must be smoking! Lovely, lovely work...the sweater is gorgeous :-)