How about a little of each? I finished and gave away the last of the Perfect Pink fingerless mitts today, and then I started on Hot Pink. I'm hoping to finish mitts for the high school girls who want them by the end of the week. I really think I'll be able to reach my goal!
Since I spent the day knitting while subbing in art class today, I decided to work on my crocheted hat this evening. I now have 12" crocheted with another 6" to go.
Tomorrow is Christmas in the Village. Although I'm not selling anything this year, I plan on going and seeing what everyone is doing. It should be fun!
Good to have options!ReplyDelete
Yes, it is!Delete
Wonderful work as always! Hoping your outing to Christmas in the Village is a treat!ReplyDelete
It was! I visited with friends I hadn't seen in a while and I found some goodies for Christmas.Delete
Variety is the spice of life, as the saying goes and I reckon that’s true for crafting too.ReplyDelete
It sure makes life more interesting!Delete
I tried your wrist warmer pattern and love it. I’ve made tons in different weight yarns. The other night, I felt that horrible sting of carpal tunnel. I held my wrist, then put a wrist warmer on. The cure for the cause 🤣. DianneReplyDelete
Yay! I'm finding that putting them on for even a few minutes helps tremendously!Delete
Your knitting and crocheting will keep a lot of girls hands warm. Well done.ReplyDelete
It hasn't been very cold here, but several of the girls have told me they've been wearing theirs. What I'm really hoping is that some of them will decide they want to learn to knit, crochet, or tat!Delete