Monday, 24 March 2014

Tiddly- pom- pom -pom!

Roberta made this lovely Pompom Pram cover and Carry-seat cover for her niece who is about to become a grandmother. I just love how soft this yarn is!

These lovely little jackets were also knitted also by Roberta. Sadly, the photograph does not show the sparkle in the yarn

Margaret has also been industrious. Above is a little cardigan and hat set which she made for a friend at work and below are a pair of Easter Mother Hens for her darling daughters. Such a lovely gift idea!

At last, I managed to complete this pair of socks for my daughter. I was was unsure about the colour but luckily, they were deemed a success!

This coat of many colours is bang on trend with multi-coloured yarn. Janice said it was just an experiment. The wool was in her stash and the pattern was an old favourite, She just combined the two. Stunning!

Alison found that knitting the charity hat was a bit boring so she decided to try something more interesting and this was the result! Very impressive. I hope that Margaret puts all the donated hats on display so we can admire the variety of colours and styles.

Fiona has been learning to crochet and this gorgeous little blanket is her first finish. Keep up the good work!

Disaster struck when Norma's son's jumper was put in the washing machine and SHRUNK! Norma went to Plan B and turned the disaster into a bag for herself. The bag is lined and finished with a giant button. Looks great! This could start a new trend........up-cycling crafting disasters.

This bonnie wee baby cardigan was also made by Norma. No signs of a disaster here!

Izzy surprised us all with this amazing set of dolls clothes that she had made for her niece's Barbie doll. So stylish and cute beyond words!

Linda has been busy knitting this hat for our group charity. Love that colour!

Elaine has be dynamic and completed a balaclava for the charity. At some point I will give it a go and attempt to make one. Oddly enough, I saw a workman on a building site wearing a balaclava. Is this a new trend?

Swati has been learning to crochet granny squares recently. She incorporated her favourite colours in this lovely wee baby blanket for her bump.

Morag finished another hat for our charity. I love the way some of our knitters are styling their hats with a bit of colour to add interest.

Margaret says that our total number of hats so far is..........28. Keep those pins busy ladies!

Isabel did not have a finish this week but she had fun dressing up in some of the finishes. Is she going through a second childhood? Probably!

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