This little pile of wool is what is left of a weekend of fun woolly frolicking! I have made two felted wool Kinder Bags, for Nora-Who-Is-Four, and her little brother Wee Finn who is already running about wildly. I can just see the little guy now, toddling about collectin’ stuff in his wee blue bag. How adorable that should be.
Truth is, these are just the beginning of the second wave of hand-made gifts I’ve made, as the first wave is already gone with the post to far-off lands, as I was in such a rush and didn’t get a chance to photograph. That’s me, just here, a delirious maker-of-things … casting on , then off, then on…. forever in a frenzy of gift-making. Will it end? So far there’s no sign of it!
How are you all doing with your hand-made gifts?
Not a handmade gift this year – not one! I felt bad for a nanosecond!
These wee bags are sweet.
Good for you! I personally am trying to set a record of being finished with all Making by the Solstice ((including he trditional Christmas shirt))
These bags are cute and they look sturdy. I’m making good progress on the last handkknit gift, but I do have a lot of baking to do.
Terrific Stefanie! I’m waiting until my Solstice goal is met, then I’m going to bake like crazy! 🙂
I wasn’t going to knit, and then I started and I’m like you, Jen, knit then off to the PO. Oh, I should take pics of these silk piillows I made for my cousin before I mail them though. She had sent me a Sari and wanted me to make her something from them.
Morrie, how splendid is a pillow from a sari! I wish you could post photos in these comments boxes, and show everybody here. 😉 I am halfway through xmas stocking my bro asked me to make (three years in a row, I’m giving in!) it will be Peruvian motifs. I’ll post next.
Enjoy your Making, and lets have tea in the new year ! xx