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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Needlework Update - November, 2016

Good morning,

Here we go with the Needlework Update for the month of November.  I always surprise myself when I see what we have made in the past 30 days.  Many of these items are in our on line shop, EvensensProductions.com.   We hope you'll come over and browse around.  You just may find the perfect gift for someone special or for yourself.

The gorgeous Tropical Flowers afghan above is new in the shop during the past 30 days.  The border is Caribbean Blue.  What a gorgeous piece for any room.
This generous size soft baby blanket also features the Caribbean blue border as well as soft raised flowers. 
These Zero Calorie Cupcakes were popular this month, too.
You can have these cupcakes forever, but you can't eat them.  What fun!  These were custom orders, but there is a set of them available in the shop, too.
This doggie sweater was a custom order, too.  The pup sent me a picture of herself wearing it and she is stunning!  OK, her people mom sent the picture.  ;)
 Here are two more hats to restock the shop.  Above is a Nordic Intarsia Knit style.
 This light green cloche hat features a pink flower with sparkly pink butterfly.  It serves as a beautiful chemo cap, too.
This is a custom order for luggage identifiers.  These make wonderful gifts for your traveling friends to be able to mark their luggage for easy identification when trying to find them at the airport or cruise port.
These nifty little items are to dress up the top of your toilet brush.  I made three of them and they are all sold already.
I'll have to make more!
Does anyone have a nifty name for these?
These Cob Web Catchers also sold immediately so I'll have to get to work making more.  They are to put on the end of your broom handle to be able to reach cob webs in corners near the ceiling.  They also protect your walls if you lean your broom against a wall when not in use.  They're made of washable yarn so can be washed and reused.

This November Needlework Update features only knit and crochet items since we were traveling most of the previous 30 days and Kjell was away from his wood workshop.  New wood items are appearing daily the shop now and will be featured in the December Needlework and Wood Update.

Shopping for holiday gifts for others or yourself?  We hope you'll stop in to EvensensProductions.com where we have more than 350 original hand crafted designs that you won't find anywhere else.

Thanks to all who have supported our little on line shop for the past five and a half years.  

We now return to our regularly scheduled blogging.  ;)

All the very best,
Lois

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