Friday, March 14, 2008

Another Scarf and Some Hats

Mary's Scarf
Lately, my stitching projects have been put on hold to do some knitting for gifts. Lots of babies seem to be arriving along with varied birthdays. The scarf is for my sister-in-law and is made from the same Little Flower yarn by Crystal Palace, yet another colorway. The pink and purple hat is #3 from the hat class yarn and the blue variegated is Bunny Hop and has just a touch of angora. It's also by Crystal Palace.
Hat for Baby Miles
I made up the striped pattern on Sophia's hat, and there might even be enough yarn left for a 4th hat, but I need to get busy and work on my project for Jayden who arrived safely about a week ago. Grandma Nancy called us from SLO this past Wednesday, but Dick talked to her and wasn't sure of the exact date.
Sophia's Newest Hat


SH Sue said...


Jon and Wendy said...

Wow! You are so talented. I am so amazed with knitters. It is amazing to me how you can manipulate yarn into clothing. Well done, and beautiful as well.

Ich bin ein Fünfzigerjahremädel. said...

Judy,I love this kind of yarn and I have knitted some triangle scarfs for my friends and me!It's a light yarn with fantastic effects! The colour of your scarf is wonderful!
Have a nice sunday,Ulla

Lapplisor said...

Hi Judy
Your scarf, and the caps are knitted all in very beautiful colors...
You are a multi-talent:-)
Take care

Jon and Wendy said...

You always leave the nicest comments on my block. I feel like you are such a dear friend even though we only know each other through our blogs. LOL Thanks so much and I am so glad that you are a survivor. We women have a lot coming at us and it is so nice to hear from a kind heart like yours.
Thanks so much,
I will definitely keep in touch,

Kathy said...

Your scarf and hats are wonderful. I tried knitting briefly at one time. I didn't do so good. :)) I admire those who can create beautiful knitted items.

Praise the Lord for being a survivor and living your life to the fullest with your children and grandchildren.