This Tulips Sweater may be the cutest darn thing I've ever made! I made it for my sweet niece who turned 1 last month. I did purchase a kit from Webs so that I didn't have to buy full skeins of 8 colors but I didn't like the color that they chose for the border. I was able to get a skein of Cool Fire at Spinning Yarns to substitute and I loooove the end result :-)
Next, I had a request from my Bama Boy to make a hat for his friend Ashley. Apparently she loves the hat I made for him for Christmas and was constantly "borrowing" it. Her birthday is next weekend and they are going skiing in Colorado this week for Spring Break. She was pretty excited when he received his care package this week and there was a hat in it for her. Happy Birthday Ashley!
Fallow Mittens that I had started for myself. I used Madelinetosh Vintage in the color Norway Spruce. I wasn't able to get a good picture of the color, they are more green than this picture shows. I love them! They are by far the most comfortable and best fitting mittens I've made for myself. The pattern also has instructions for making them as fingerless mitts too.
Hamantaschen socks. The pattern is from the October 2012 Cookie A Sock Club. I started these in October with the Hazel Knits October Club yarn, Artisan Sock in Sandlewood.
I hope you're enjoying some Spring weather. We still have lots of snow in NH! Warmer weather is on the way next week. I'm looking forward to it and doing some spring cleaning!