Precious little work was done on this pair of Weeping Angel socks thanks to a couple of other things that were keeping my needles busy. I do love the pattern, however, and it has the most intriguing heel, in case you want to try it. (See Ravelry)
Two other pairs of socks came off the needles however!
This is one of the projects that captured my attention. A "hairy" chemo cap for my choir friend who will be donating her beautiful hair to Locks of Love just prior to her treatment.
The Anenome hat was hand deliverd to Miss Sophia. What a fun project that was! Her brothers liked their hats too, but it's getting harder to capture them long enough for photo ops.......
It's been a while since I last posted as we just got back from visitng the Midwest. Lots of knitting happened on the plane and in the car:
I got a good start on another pair of Dragon Fly socks using Opal's Feen & Elfen. If you've not tried this pattern, I'd recommend it! It's a fun one.
Several of us from my quilt group are knitting purple hats for the Don't Shake the Baby campaign during November and December, and I finished a couple of them. You can find out more about it the program here.
This is my go-to Prayer Shawl pattern called Easy Triangle Shawl. It was knit from Homespun for a choir friend who's just been diagnosed with breast cancer. She told me last night that she loves it!
We have lived in the Pacific Northwest for 40 years and love it. Two of our three grown children live nearby, the other lives in the Chicago area. Handwork is one of my favorite things to do. Lately knitting has kept me busy, but I've done lots of quilting, too.