Monday, 18 January 2010

Life starts again.

The snow has gone and life had got going again at full speed ahead.

Business first: The learning to pegloom workshop on the 6th March has had to be changed from St. Peters Church Hall to the Methodist Church, but all other details remain the same, including the time (2-4pm.)

I have started making for February's craft Fair, where you will find our stall in the town hall, Brackley on the 20th Feb. February to me is still winter and we need warm things to cosy up to. With that in mind I have been working up a few pairs of 'Lotte' mittens. Warm and cosy, but keep your fingers free for what ever they need to be doing (knitting, texting, eating etc)

These will be available both as finished items and as a kit.

I have been spinning variagated yarns, as I think these gloves look best in an interesting yarn.

I fell in love with those lovely blues, and there wasn't quite enough for a pair of mittens , so this is what I made:

Just for me. Pattern is called Urchin and found on Ravelry. But not allowed to make these for sale. So it's a one off! More spinning has been done for the gloves though.
I am also planning a range of recycled items, but more about that next week.

Don't forget it is Brackley Knit'n'Knatter at the Greyhound in Brackley on Thursday from about 7.30.

Keep on crafting. X

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