First things first, the winner of the January Stash Blaster giveaway is Mandy of Loverbunny Designs with her Camp Out Fingerless Mitts. She won this fun little coin purse (pictured below) that I made which will be filled with some of my favorite notions.
Congratulations Mandy! I'll be sending you an email shortly.
For last week's project I decided to make Baby Tuckey a bonnet from Vintage Knits for Modern Baby. I used a skein of Belmoral Shetland wool that I received (along with other yarn & fiber) as trade for spinning some buffalo roving for the owner of Wyoming Wool Works in Dubois.
I chose this pattern to be my first from this book because I loved the modern take on an older style cap and thought it would look great on either a boy or a girl. It still needs a button and I'm glad to have a lovely stash of vintage buttons to choose from. The pattern was well written and I was able to complete the bonnet in a few hours. The one complaint I have is I couldn't find a stitchionary in the book and since there can be different abbreviations for stitches I got a little confused on one of the decreases. Luckily I was able to figure it out and continue on.
|Modern Baby Bonnet for Baby Tuckey|
I also started a Scrappy Trip Around the World quilt using my Simply Color jelly roll. If you haven't seen the Instagram mania for this quilt you must, just search #scrappytripalong and see what all the hubbub is about!
There's also a new yarn up in my Etsy shop today. I'm not much for pink normally, but I added a couple splashes of purple and a tiny bit of teal and really love how the color turned out. It's approximately 86 yards of sport to DK weight and would make a great child's hat or pair of mitten, or maybe even a pair of wristers for you!
|'So In Love' handspun yarn|
So that's what I've been up to, how about you? It's your turn! Grab a Stash Blaster button from the sidebar and link up your finished project(s) from the past week. Remember, that your link-up will also enter you into this month's giveaway drawing.
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