I have enjoyed a great year of crafting and it`s not over yet. By that I mean, there are lots more exciting things to try, and all before Christmas.
It`s coming up to my annual review of my craft resources which usually involves some kind of reshuffling, as well as reminding myself exactly what I`ve got.
Recently I had a stall at the village craft fair.
It was a great day with friends, family and villagers dropping in all the time. And I sold quite a lot.
There seems to be a bit of a foxy theme for this winter so far. I made this pattern up as I went along, hence each fox is different.
This fox took slightly longer to make but I think he`s quite cute.
I made a lot of toadstools whilst on holiday.
They were popular at the craft fair.
I was asked to make these polar bears by my niece-in-law.
They are embroidered in silver.
This pattern was made using ideas from Pinterest.
Recently I made some fingerless mittens for a friend, Roger. He belongs to a walking group called the Auld Phartz.
When the group saw his mittens they decided they wanted them to be part of the group`s winter uniform, so I found myself making 6 more pairs. I have asked for a photo.
The latest teddy bears. I love the wool that changes
colour as you knit.
Fletcher my nephew in his beanie hat.