STASH-BUSTING #6

A good old rummage…

I am visiting nooks and crannies around the house that have been neglected for years. Hence …

A number of years ago I bought a load of cross-stitch kits to make my own Christmas cards. I remember doing a few and I remember the delight on parents’ faces on receiving them but, sadly, they were very time-consuming so the bulk of them were stuffed into a cupboard and forgotten about ๐Ÿ˜ฃ. I have done a couple in the hot weather, good advice from Mildlygranola who suggested sewing was a more bearable craft during a heatwave ๐ŸŒž.

On the WIP front I have nearly completed a baby blanket.

The interesting colour scheme is due to the fact that I am using ends of balls. Another 2 rows of trebles and a couple of rows of doubles to finish off โ™กโ™กโ™ก

And of course…

there is another scarf on the go.

Clickety click best get knitting โ™กโ™กโ™ก

7 thoughts on “STASH-BUSTING #6

    1. Thank you. I used the word ‘interesting’ rather than saying what I had but I stuck to shades of yellow and blue rather than attempting to make a rainbow work and looking like I had been to the fair! ๐ŸŽช๐ŸŽก๐ŸŽข

      Jane

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  1. You and I are so much alike! I buy kits from charity shops and when I get sick of knitting I make a few cards. I buy the tri fold cards too when I see them. All my spare oddments of thread I keep in a bag and make small things with them. If I do a Christmas fayre I take a few cards with me and any which don’t sell get sent to relatives and friends.

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