I have finished a few projects this past week and I wanted to show you what I had been up to!
First off I made this cover for some jars that I had been saving. I used this pattern by Nature Nut Notes. It is a really simple pattern and I finished it in no time. Since then I have covered a plain votive candle and a baby jar with the same pattern! It looks so lovely when the candle is lit!
Then I made this warm beverage sweater using this pattern by Color My World Crochet. This pattern is crazy simple and I love how the combination of SC & HDC stitches shape it to fit the cup nicely. I found these wooden buttons on sale at Walmart awhile back.
I saw this adorable flying disc toy by LittleWoollyThings on Etsy. I thought I could easily make one for Blake to play with when he gets a little older. I added bells on some of the beads for a little extra fun! He already enjoys playing with it because of the bells!
I bought some pencil roving from a local seller awhile back and spun it up but because it was just a small amount of yarn I wasn't sure what I wanted to do with it. I thought it would make an adorable star ornament. I used this pattern by A Foothill Home Companion to make it. This pattern is so cute. It's simple and can be worked up so fast. I crocheted two of them and sewed them together to make it thicker and it keeps the edges from curling up.
This last one has been done for awhile but I haven't gotten around to posting about it but remember the handspun yarn I bought from the yarn shop while in Iowa? I finally decided what to do with that. I needed a cover for the strap on my camera. All I did was do rows of HDC and when it was long enough I sewed the edges together to make a long tube and slipped over the strap! I love how it is functional by making it feel softer around my neck (and in the winter it will also keep my neck warm!) plus it looks really cute!
Whew! That is what I had been making lately! Do you have any recently finished projects?