Here's the main ones . . .
Next up was some cute Sweater ornaments - well I couldn't resist these . . .
Another afternoon spent faffing about, but a lot of fun - my family really thought I was losing the plot at this point! Why are you making them???? Well, they're fun! And quicker than an actual size jumper :) You can get the pattern here :) I used some leftover shetland yarn and 2.75 mm needles (I think!). I used a pattern from my Norwegian pattern book for the green one (more of that to follow next).
Well, these distracted me for a little while at least, until . . . . . I got really caught up in Mary Jane Mucklestones pattern book '150 Scandinavian Knitting Designs' and decide to try out some of them for smaller items eg. purses just so I could have an excuse to knit them. They're such lovely vibrant designs, they're hard to resist.
I loved the owl pattern so ended up with a little purselet . . .
Finally, I had a go of the reindeer pattern - he was so lovely, I had to try it out!
I also added a key ring to one of the sweaters - I thought the two things would make a nice gift for 'someone'!! It's all very haphazard this crafting at the moment - ooops!
I'm blaming the cat as she's very distracting LOL. She's still just a little kitten - almost 7 months old though but wants in and out constantly. She will have to get a little operation next week - she's being neutered poor thing but we can relax a little more about letting her out and about afterwards ;-)
I will be holding her paw next week after the operation until she recovers - I'm sure she'll be fine though :) :)
Cheerio an Drasda!