With so many finished objects and so little time to share them, I bring you March: the first week. You'll find this post completely devoid of wit, wisdom and humour. You've been warned.
First off, I inadvertently over-formatted my last post to the point that I can't re-edit it. Missing from last month's head to toe is the mother and daughter clogs I worked for a coworker and her little girl. I forgot to photograph the finished pairs and deleted the progress photos, so if you're not on Ravelry to look me up, just imagine clogs, just like the other eleventy thousand pairs I've done in the last year.
The diaper bag for the mum of little Lauren is now done, and really cute. Toothache cute. Diabetes-inducing cute. I think you get the picture, so here are a few more you can click for a larger view.
The Cashmiracle sweater, AKA the 4-day sweater, has been worn several times already. The fit is customized to the point that it makes me giddy with glee to don it in the morning. I'm just that simple. Click for bigger.
I started a Swallowtail Shawl for a charity event, and while I have very little done, I'm still excited to see it taking shape. Yarn is Schaefer Anne, and I love it so.
I worked another Urchin, this one with a matching scarf, and it really made me think of a certain coworker, so I gifted it as a highly random, very early and very late birthday present. (Hi Lou! This one's for you!)
There's more, much more. Perhaps I'll bang off another post when the wee ones get to bed. See you soon!