For my cousin, a hand-spun, hand-crocheted hat and scarf set to match the convertible gloves I made her last month. The yarn wasn't ready, so a-spinning I did go! Used up the rest of Matar's fiber and produced about 800 yards of yarn! So pretty!
I wanted to add a little color accent on the hat so worked up a bit of Marco's dark fawn fiber. I hadn't worked with his fiber yet and I have to admit that I think the next project will be all mine! His fiber is so fine and soft. Its like a dream!
Made a pretty machine-embroidered Christmas tree for a friend. This are popular around here, but time-consuming. And I really do like hand-work best of all...but once in awhile it's fun to try something new. Have at least two more of these to make, but in different colors, so that will be exciting!
Three little beaded, crocheted purses all in a row! These were an order for a friend. They are made of nylon crochet thread and glass beads. I've been making them for years for myself. They are becoming very popular this year and I've made about a dozen for other people.
I especially like the little natural one with its green beads mixed in!
Another custom order for a friend who needed something handmade in Ohio for an out-of-state gift swap.
Also, for the same friend, a crocheted pair of booties for her little one...
A set of 11 machine-embroidered shirts for my oldest daughter's quiz bowl team...
(Don't you just love the way the wind blows across the block?)
I will have to be extra diligent after Christmas--even though the mill called and the fiber is ready for pick-up...