Saturday, November 19, 2011

Busy busy end-of-the-semester craziness.

So, I've gotten several orders on my FB page craftyallie, and I appreciate all the support! I'm trying to get this blog to have a little bit more traffic, but FB is fine for now :)

These are some of the projects I have completed since my last blog post a few weeks ago:




The pink one is for a 2 year old, and the big yellow one is for her momma! So presh.
 
Yeah, these scarves are really long.

This is one of the scarves that is pictured above. Also, please ignore my jammies :)




Aaaaand, these are some projects that are currently in progress:

So, this is only the beginning of my very long attempt to knit fingerless mits with a flap. This was attempt #1

As you can see, everything is going just swimmingly, and I was about to add on the flap (hence the four needles)

And then I messed up on the flap, and had to rip it all out. Honestly, the glove was WAY too big anyway.

And here are my pieces to a poncho I'm making for a friend, which can be seen in my previous post, WIP knit poncho. The checkered fleece it's laying on will be the inner-lining (because it is bound to be freezing this winter here in Oklahoma).

Welp, that's all I got for now! Keep your orders comin!

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Halloween, a little late

So, I made the cutest moustach for my nephew last weekend. He went as a 1920s mobster, so I obviously had to make him a binkey moustach! I found the pattern here. It took me two seconds, and it is SO CUTE.


Yeah, this kid is awesome. :) 

I also have been working on some projects in this past week. I'm almost finished with my friend Rainier's poncho, a headband for my sister, and a Gryffindor scarf for an anatomy friend of mine! I'm excited to see how they all turn out. Hopefully they will be finished by today or tomorrow. I'll post pictures when I'm done. 
Other than that, not much else is going on. Like I said in my "about me", I don't do much except study and make things. I'm happy with that though :)

Have a happy Tuesday!