You have no idea how thrilled I am to be finished with not one, not two, but three of my UFO projects!
Jessica's scarf (which I first posted about back in July of last year) is finally off the needles, blocked, and on its way across the Atlantic to Oxford. She's promised to share a photo when it arrives, so stay tuned. :)
These felted crocheted slippers were a birthday gift for my dear daughter-in-law who is of Irish ancestry (don't you love the buttons?). These were made with the green Patons wool pictured here.
These were actually my first attempt at making the above slippers. Unfortunately, they felted a wee-bit too much (too small even for my AnnaLynn), so I crocheted and felted flowers and sewed on buttons that matched perfectly -- that's how I wound up making two pairs (just in case you're wondering). An adorable mistake I'm happy to have made.
Daniel's vest is finished. And in case you're wondering, it does fit. :) I had a difficult time picking up the neckline -- just couldn't get it right, so I wound up doing it a slightly different way than I had previously and am happy with the results.
My new project, which was inspired by my friend Shara, is a poncho for AnnaLynn who loves bright colors! I was really and truly in need of a simple project, and this one fits the bill.
Still reading Square Foot Gardening (which I mentioned here -- haven't read chapter 10 yet but plan to do so this week). Other books I'm currently reading can be found here. I'm loving Karen Andreola's Lessons at Blackberry Inn.
Would love to hear what projects you're working on and/or what books you're reading.