September 16, 2010

This weeks knitting projects

I made another owl this week, A purple one this time. I made it for the adorable Miss Hannah who is about 5 weeks older than Emily. They go to Under 1's and baby massage together at the children's centre.


I have also started another project, this is the beginning of it:


I'm so chuffed that two days in a row now I have appeared in the LSNED prompts! I really didn't expect to see that!


Onto my LSNED:
Lesson number 15:I learnt NOT to leave projects unfinished as things do not flow when you return to them! I'm normally quite good at finishing projects so I do not know what happened to this one, it was left and time just ran away from me. I found it on the shelf and have started it again but you can tell there was a break!
Lesson number 14: I learnt to use DPN's! I have never used double pointed needles before and was a little scared when a pattern asked me to use them! So I went onto the Internet and found out how to use them and hey presto!!!

Lesson number 13: Just how much my heart flutters when I hear that word.....Mummy! Adam has just started saying Mummy, Daddy and Nanny instead of Mama, Dada and Nana and I just love it! Especially when he wakes up from his nap and I am in my craft room, he calls out 'Mummy' from the bottom of the stairs.....So cute!

Right, speak of the devil!!!!!

4 comments:

scrappyjacky said...

I'm not surprised your pages are used in the prompts,Rachel...they are so lovely.....as is your knitting....wish I could knit half as well...and half as quickly!!!

debs14 said...

I have my owl pattern now! Just need to finish the blanket my niece asked me to make before I start it.
And I'm not surprised Shimelle has featured you in her prompts, your pages are superb.

humel said...

I so love your owls! And I'm intrigued by the new project :-)

Congrats on being featured in the prompts, I was thrilled to see your work there. More lovely pages this year, too! xx

Sian said...

Your pages are lovely, I'm not surprised they turned up :)

Your new project looks intriguing..