A craft fair customer recently asked if I could make a cute sheep or lamb as her Mum collects them and she likes to get her a different one each time she goes abroad to visit. I remembered I had some bobbly cream yarn I bought a couple of years ago and thought it would be perfect to try and capture that curly lamb skin look. I hope she likes them. I’ve got the same yarn in pink, yellow and blue as well so I think I’ll make a few more to put in my shop soon.
I’m so glad we took the pics yesterday when the sun was shining briefly – who knows when we’ll see that again!
I had a really happy accident a couple of weeks ago. I was meeting up with a friend in the pub just up the road from my house, which I rarely go into, and sitting around a table were a group of women knitting, sewing, crafting, drinking & chatting! I went over to investigate and found out that they meet up every 2 weeks, so I’m now a member and am looking forward to my 2nd Knit Club next week!
So my Folksy Friday this week is all things knitting…
Pretty Bloom Stitch Markers by Rosy Retro
Reclaimed, Recycled Emerald Knitting Wool from Cast Off Cast On UK
Harlequin Mega Pins Knitting Bag by Priscilla Morley Leather & Textiles
Lime Green Spotty Knitting Needle Roll by Nostalgia Knits
Purple Felted Rose Bag Knitting Pattern by Bags of Inspiration
‘Sakura-Sky’ – BFL Cotton Wrap Chunky Flame Yarn 100g from Wharfedale Woolworks
Just click the pic or shop name to find out more – Happy Friday
I’ve had a busy Amigurumi session lately and these little cuties are now looking for homes.
You can meet them in the Oddsox Folksy shop
Milkshake Amigurumi Cat
Lapin-Vert Amigurumi Bunny