After a nasty case of Blogger Block and the first thing that happens when I begin to write a post is I sit with fingers poised high above the keyboard ready to type out a witty and eyecatching title……nothing!!! Now that is ironic. 😉 lolol
Earlier this evening saw a mad scramble before the light went to get photos of the projects I’d been working on while being nonbloggusmentus. Here goes………
Lestat sending up zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz’s on my computer chair. He loves anything made of fabric and considers this chair his own. It began its life as a Moda Bakeshop wallhanging design (I will have to look for the name of it) and because I ran short of fabric, it morphed into a throw instead. It looks much nicer than the long strip of polycotton which was on it previously….and is much easier to get the cat hair off, too!
This scarf is maroon in r/l…amazing what the light and camera can do! It is a wool k1, p1 scarf for The Missus when we go fishing. It is Cleckheatons Country wool. It is a fave of mine when I want plain yarn. Knits up really nicely and wears well. I’ve told her if she falls in she has to take off the scarf and let it sink, as I can always knit her another. Her reply was she’d use it to fight off the great white shark which had pulled her in. The way wool stretches, it would be long enough to mummify the shark by the time she had finished.
The Missus said these decorated tea towels will give her something lovely to look at while she does the unpleasant task of drying dishes. Gotta love that woman!
These started out as mug cosies from the Fall 2010 issue of Quilts and More. The later the night got, the more tongue tied I became…..until I was calling them mosies….The name stuck. The top left is mine for Halloween. The Missus’ is on the right. The bottom left is mine for fishing, the bottom right is The Missus’ for fishing.
About the fishing………The Missus has a tackle box full of all kinds of interesting fishing doohickies……I have a bigger tackle box….full of craft stuff! We are going on our first fishing expedition next weekend….If she catches anything I will be running off screaming in the opposite direction. lol
This Halloween panel was the perfect size for a coffee tablecloth. It was the year for Halloween panels. I made a couple more, but the piccies will have to wait for the next post, as the ones I took were pretty gruesome.
Another Halloween panel which I sliced and diced and added to some Halloween fabric to make a nine patch throw for the back of the settee. The little mats on either side are for the most spoilt cat in the Universe Lestat to sit on so he doesn’t leave fur all over the back of the settee…..Not that he sees any problem in that. He has sulked in his basket ever since I replaced the ones that are usually there earlier this evening. Gotta expect him to be set in his ways now he is ten….
This biscournu started life as an Christmas ornament from this year’s JCS Christmas preview edition. I like the aida and the verigated thread, but not this design as a biscornu.
I cast on Stephen West’s appropriately named Boneyard shawl this afternoon….no piccie yet…I’ve knitting twelve rows……of the pointy end. A nice bit of mindless knitting which you may enjoy, Miss 376! If anyone does start it, K1 not K2 at the end of Set up Row 3 will save your sanity.
Have a wonderful Halloween and week.