My sister Dana got married on November 23rd and she or the wedding itself could not have been more beautiful!
The day went off without a hitch and we all had a great time.
We started off with hair, make-up, and mimosas at Anna’s Hair Salon nearby.
Then headed over to the venue to relax and lounge a bit before having to get dressed.
The day was luckily not as stressful as I thought it would be!
I did have a slight wardrobe malfunction right before the Dj was ready to announce all of us for the reception, however, the crisis was aborted thankfully with the help of Dale’s (the groom) mother!!
And while it was so cold and windy that day and we all thought our hair would be crap before the wedding, we lucked out and my sister also got her wish of some snow on the ground as well!
Currently, I have 8 chunky crocheted circle cowls available in my Etsy shop for sale.
These have been such a nice palette cleanser.
I still have to complete the granny square blanket for my co-worker so I’m hoping to have that done by this weekend.
Here is my latest hand-dyed roving in colorway Sea Glass.
This is 6.6 ounces of Superwash BFL. I used a combination of colors like sapphire, navy, sky blue, turquoise, teal, gray, and chartreuse.
When I dyed this roving, I “painted” it in long chunks and started out with the blues then worked in the green along with some gray.
Here is a cute little lamb hat that I knit up for a friend’s 9 month old.
The pattern is Little Lambie Ear Flap Hat and is a paid for pattern by Sunset Crochet on Etsy.
I’m not much of a crocheter but I’m trying to be… I made the size 6-18 months and I believe it came out like more towards fitting an 18 month old. Overall, I enjoyed making the hat and would crochet another!
I have a mini shop update available at my Etsy shop.
Available are a new hand-spun by me in a thick/thin yarn hand-dyed by Frabjous Fibers in colorway Tourmaline, 2 skeins of hand-dyed yarn in my sock base in colorway Radio Active, and 1.8 ounces of hand-dyed superwash BFL roving in colorway Fright Night.
I used random number generator with a starting number of 1 and an ending number of 8 and came up with the number 4 … So not included my comments or duplicate comments, the winner is Stephanie Gordon!
Stephanie, please email me your address so that I can send you your skein of hand-painted sock yarn.
Thanks, everyone for making my 1 year blog-i-versary so special!!