How many projects do you have in the works at one time? I don’t know if it is a good idea to count all of mine! :) Here’s a crocheted scarf/shawl I’m making to replace one that sold months ago. Yes, I am running very behind here at Stitchknit.
Great project for me this summer. Once I had the initial chain and the first row of floating chains done, I don’t have to count or think for this piece. Perfect for me! I love how loose this is and how intricate it looks. About 10 more inches and this will be ready to put the border on.
Also in the works here at Stitchknit…………..my requisite pair of socks that ‘live’ in the van Always ready for a bit of knitting when I am waiting for anyone/anything. Still on sock #1, but at the arch of my foot……heading towards the toe.
Crocheted baby blanket in 2 shades of gray & a deep brick red. Love having something a bit larger than socks to work on here at home. Again, it is a no think, no count sort of pattern. Perfect for right now.
Filling up my inventory of teensy tiny little hearts:
Just sold a couple sets of the pale pink ones and discovered I really didn’t have anything that was ready to ship. Added pale pink, bright pink, navy, natural, yellow, white and have some peach and green thread in my project bag ready to work on.
All crochet projects! Might have to even that out and come up with some knitting. I’m old enough to have hands that complain if I don’t switch out the project types occasionally.
It’s been awhile since I’ve managed to complete a new piece for my Etsy shop. Summer vacation, kiddo home from school, hot weather……..I’ve got all sorts of excuses! :)
33″ square, this crocheted blanket is just the size for a new little one. Brightly colored, this would work for either a little boy or girl. Not ‘baby’ looking, this will be a favorite for years. Easy care, made with acrylic yarn. $65.00
Crocheted baby blanket in Grays & Bright Red
Just sold this design in pinks & green:
I love how different this blanket looks each time!
I’ve been playing with yarn again………..still……….alright, Always! The latest bit of fun are these sweet little crowns for newborns. Not that I have a newborn here at Stitchknit! I have a couple of them completed and off being photographed and have sold a few here in my local shop in WA state.
Now that I have a couple made up, I’m searching for beads and/or jewels to embellish them with! Hard to leave well enough alone sometimes~
I have been busy sewing on clients’ orders, but have managed to get a few things completed and a new scarf on the needles. Not sitting idly by here!
Interesting yarn, white with eyelash detail and another strand with little puffs of color. Will end up being a great summer weight scarf.
Planning ahead for football season! Baby sized football hat for the little fans!
Upcycled T shirt Scarf; Fun summer accessory
Stop by the shop to see what else I’ve been up to. Stitchknit; Creations in Fabric & Fibers
Bright pink stripes to welcome your new little one
Handmade goodness, this diagonal striped blanket is a perfect size for car seats/carriers/strollers!
$65.00 Ready to ship
Lots of new projects these days at Stitchknit. I’m not one of those who has ONE project going, and feels compelled to finish it before starting a new one. I have at least 6 projects in the works…..not counting items for clients!
Started this new baby blanket pattern, worked from a corner out………with the rows each getting a bit longer, until I decide to start decreasing & work my way back to a corner. Love diagonal projects!
Baby blanket on the hook
Love the color combo, looks like spring flowers and reminds me of spumoni ice cream! Notice the bit of burgundy yarn at the corner of the blanket? This is just a temporary marker, letting me know which is the right side of my project.
My new favorite!
I loved creating this hat. Finally had some time to just ‘play with yarn’. Had a couple starts, where I was looking for the right size hook to go with the yarn I wanted to see as a hat. This combo gave me a hat that is not too lacy looking, but isn’t solid and heavy. Weighs almost nothing!
And, since I can’t leave anything alone, I added a 2 layer crocheted flower on the side that dips down a bit, reminiscent of the hats in the 20′s.
My new favorite. See it in my shop here.
Making my way through the hats I had made for September. Here are the three that were added to the shop this week:
Simple, beanie hat, crocheted in grey
Knit hat in fire engine red, has cat like ‘ears’ on the top corners.
Knit Newsboy style cap
I did manage to complete 15 hats in time for this months Hat Feature at Stitchknit. Might even squeeze in a couple extra before the month is over.
I love making hats, especially knit ones………in the round. Give me a project with double points and I’m a contented knitter.
Still have some hats on my list here, so will likely have a hat in progress for the rest of the year, adding a new one occasionally. So far, my favorite is still the baby cloche in teal.….with the big bow!
WIP’s = Works in progress
Projects in all stages of creation
Anything not finished
Take your pick! Here’s a few of the projects in line here at Stitchknit……
Knit to order, custom mitts for a little girl
Custom knit mitts for a little boy
Almost done, crocheted cloche style hat with a possible flower…..still deciding
Diagonal knit scarf, a sample for next weeks Knitting 101 class
Slouch hat in pink with gold lurex thread.
On sock #4 (of 4) of the custom copies of this vintage Christmas Stocking!