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This is a little shawl that I test crocheted for a friend of mine. (link to pattern will come once it is published on ravelry) I knocked this one out in 5 days from start to finish. The main yarn is a mystery yarn that was gifted to me. I know that it has wool in it, but that's about it. (could tell by texture and the fact that I can spit splice it) Green yarn is Deborah Norville Serenity Sock Weight Yarn.
This is a shawl that I was test knitting for a friend. The pattern is not yet released, will add link to pattern when it is released. I did this in about a month off and on. I used two different yarns. The purple is Woolike by Loops and Threads, and the other yarn is Premier Yarns Deborah Norville Serenity Sock Weight Prints. I am quite happy with how it turned out.
I am in love with this shawl to say the least. It is the Virus Shawl and was quite easy to make. And it is also the first crocheted item I have made following a chart, so to say I'm proud of myself is a bit of an understatement. There is always time to learn new skills, and this is a great skill to add to those that I already know.
This sassy apron is so geeky I almost can't stand it! Made from cotton fabrics, this cute and sassy apron is perfect to wear while cooking/baking! Not to mention my boyfriend LOVES it when I wear it. I used Simplicity 2592 while making this apron and cannot express just how much I love this apron! It is a bit of a pain to get on and off due to how the straps are sewn on, but other than that I have no complaints about the construction methods even if I had to read over a couple of the steps a couple of times to make sure that I was doing what I need to be doing.
I must admit, I am super happy with how my romper turned out! I used a cotton print that was in my stash and McCall's 7156 for the pattern. It was completed over three days total. It is super comfy, and has a zipper in the back.