I love to make stitch markers, but rarely have the time to drag it all out and get going. I really spread my crafts out when I work on something, so using the dinner table, or even expecting dinner, can get to everyone. I try to be considerate usually and luckily we had such a… Continue reading Some stitch markers…
A Holden Shawlette for my lunch buddy in Malabrigo sock. The border is done with leftovers of the same yarn in similar colors.
This is just a simple basket weave blanket for a co-worker, due in August. The yarn is Loops & Threads Snuggly Wuggly from Michaels in a YUGE skein, but I think I only used @800yds of it.
A friend at work asked for baby booties for her expectant friend, so we settled on this cute pattern and she just loved them. The yarn is Berroco Vintage, buttery soft and washable. I love this yarn. The buttons are just some leftover bridal buttons to dress them up a little bit. Farewell tiny shoes!
What a great idea, really.
This WIP has been "In progress" since February 2009. In my own defense, it's pretty hot here to be stitching together a heavy blanket, so I only worked on it in the winters. Looks nice on my bed but I have so many of them and this one is extra long (5' x 8') and… Continue reading Robin’s Egg Afghan
I'm on a bit of a hiatus now doing other things for the holidays, like baking, decorating and traveling. Early, I know, but I don't want to miss sending my best wishes for you and your family for a joyous season of laughter, kindness and love. "I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try… Continue reading Merry Christmas from MyDailyFiber!
Over the years I've learned to simplify my Thanksgiving a bit by using more out of the box foods and enjoying the meal more. I still spend time on certain things, but I've let go of a few things that seemed like they weren't worth the time I was putting into them. This year we… Continue reading Thanksgiving may be over, but I’m still thankful
Trying to get a head start on done winter mittens for Christmas. One more color to go. These are Wood hollow mittens in Cascade 220 super wash.
A few gift scarves are finished for Christmas, whew! But I still have a to-knit-or-crochet list a mile long. Eventually I'm hoping that I can learn to not over commit my tired hands to so many projects, but I have a yarn room with so much stash - I need to keep going. Two finished… Continue reading Christmas in July, 2011, continued