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First, a picture of dinner last night because it was so pretty! Chicken scalloppine with caper-butter sauce and steamed broccoli.
On to the craft projects! I am trying to get enough together for the work craft fair at the end of this month. Here is what I have so far. What do you think?!
Here’s my scarf collection so far. I also have a green fuzzy one at home. I will probably sell them for $7-$10.
This is the only purse I’ve attempted. I love how it turned out. My friend lined it for me and she sewed on the strap–I am going to take off the strap and sew it on the other way. And probably add a snap to the inside of the bag.
These are litte-girl ponchos I make that I love. They are simple and turn out beautifully. They will be $15 or $20.
This is the first swearer I ever made. I ran out of green, obviously, but I kind of like the pink band down there. It’s about a 9 month. The pattern is the oh-so-famous, one-piece “Baby It’s Cold Outside.” I tried to make another one of these by one arm was longer than the other and I put the buttonholes on the wrong side and…it got thrown away.
This is a really simple pattern I found online. It was supposed to be a 3-6 months but I think it’s at least a 12 months. Eeek!
This was a sweater but the sleeves were really messed up so now it’s a vest! 12 months.
And this is my work-in-progress. It’s the front and back of a pullover sweater in 3-6 months. I hate changing colors but I love how it’s turning out. I just started it to use some yarn I already had and wow!