March 18, 2014

Judy~Not Much to Show This Week

The pink lace is longer, the shawlette is dry, and I finished the Keppi hat, but that's about it for this week's stitching.  We spent a long weekend at the Oregon Coast, and you can see photos on my blog if you wish. We're off to volunteer soon. Have a great week.

 

11 comments:

Debra Spincic said...

Cute hat -- cool colors together with that oh so soft pompom!

Suztats said...

Fuzzy pom! Gotta love it. I like the soft colours of this hat.

cq4fun said...

Cute little hat. I know one of the grandchildren is going to benefit and love it.

ladyhawthorne said...

Lovely! I really like the color scheme and the fuzzy pompom.

Judy S. said...

The colors were all one ball of yarn, including the sparkly one. Somehow they were spun together, I guess. The pompom was included, too! I worried that it seemed a little big, but it is really fuzzy and has a somewhat sturdy inside that was hard to stitch through. The pattern suggested one ball would be enough for an adult hat, but I have my doubts as I made the child size and didn!t have a whole lot left. I have another ball of a turquoise combo, and I 've notice that Jo-Ann's doesn't seem to have any more left. Thanks for your nice comments; we'll see how Sophia likes it.

Debra Spincic said...

. . . . and to think I thought you were stash busting a bunch of yarn scraps!

Barbara C said...

A weekend at the coast sounds lovely. Pretty hat! I bet Sophia will be thrilled.

QuiltingFitzy said...

Some weeks are like this I guess, either feast or famine! Be proud of the little things~

Judy S. said...

Silly girl......LOL I did give a bunch of leftovers to a quilting friend who knits doll hats for charity though.

Debra Spincic said...

:-)

Cyra said...

Quite an accomplishment. Love the hat. Sure Sophia will love it.