The frame is a scrap-booking frame from Spotlight, which I painted Raw Umber.
Oh, I am so pleased with this. Look, those are cables; crochet cables. Crochet cables! I expect everyone else in the world has been crocheting cables since they were toddlers, but they are new to me. There was much swearing and unravelling of swatches before I got the hang of them, though that’s mainly because I was trying to teach myself to do them with the aid of a pattern for a swatch in a 40 year old book that said something like this: 1 RtF round each of next 2RtF, 1 RdtF into next RtF, then keeping hook at front of work but behind the 2Rtdf just worked work Cr5B….” WTF????
This pic doesn’t do the hat justice at all. Obviously, the best thing to do would be to take a picture of it on my head, so you can see it properly, but that would involve not only washing my hair, but also blow-drying it, and either taking a picture of the back of my head, or having to put on make-up, and I can’t be bothered to do any of those things today. Or most days, really.
Oh dear, he’s a bit ugly, this sock monkey. Never mind; he’s off to Australia where he can give someone else nightmares.
For a new little baby, born in April. I’m hoping this is a size 6 – 12 months, so if I don’t get round to posting it off to the UK straight away it won’t matter…
Yup, no change. Still not finished.
And something new in progress…
Based on this Cath Kidston tea cosy, though mine isn’t going to be a tea cosy. I’m not quite sure what mine’s going to be, yet, but tea cosy is definitely not one of the options.
(Sorry about the crappy pics. Mid-winter here…)