Well, it's about time I posted what I made for Christmas.
Don't you think?
I made a tiny sweater for my Nana. And I mean tiny! It is the smallest I have ever made.
I am so happy with how it turned out!
For my Mother I made a pair of wool fingerless gloves that she can wear reenacting.
( or even just when her hands are cold :) )
For my future sister I made an amazing helmet hat that evokes the roaring 20's.
( It looks so much cuter on her..! )
For my sister the School teacher I made some curtains for her class room.
I love how the fabric looks like tiny little pendents flapping in the breeze.
Now moving on to what I made for friends
Some deliciously difficult cabled tams.
Fingerless gloves that could keep a yeti's hands toasty.
1/2 inch big. Fifteen minutes apiece to make.
Tedious, but, oh so fun to make!
I also made a new Scarf for my Brother. A hat for my Dad, And a pair of silhouettes for my Brother and future Sister. All of which I forgot to take photos of when they where still in my position....
Eh, What are you gonna do?
I also made for my Cousin's ( who just had a beautiful little girl )~~~
A little red hood, and
A baby girl hedge-pig!
I can't tell you how much fun I had making these cute little things!
Oh, how I long to be an Auntie!
Someday Kacie, someday...
Hope you had a snowy and super Christmas!