Finished crochet cowl, knitted chicks for charity and new yarn in my stash.

Hi everyone, Hope you are all well?

We are having lovely mild weather on and off here in my part of the UK, lot's of rain mixed with sunshine.

I have been busy crocheting a lovely warm cowl for my friend at work,

the pattern was from Inside Crochet magazine Dunes Cowl. I did not use the recommended yarn as on the pattern my friend already purchased the yarn.

I have not crossed stitched much of my owl pattern lately since I seem to have knitting projects piling up so there is not much progress to show you at the moment. I intend to save a few hours to stitch at some point.

At my local knitting group we are in the middle of knitting or crocheting small chicks, they are just the right size to fit a cream egg inside.

I have knitted about 14 so far and other members have made similar amounts, all these will be going off to St Lukes Cheshire Hospice where they sell them at there charity stalls to raise funds.

Within our group we take some of our sub money to put towards funds every week and so far we have raised £700 pounds. It is so much fun when you have others to share with what you are making.

Also I have some lovely yummy new yarn to show for new projects.

This jester DK yarn will be for  a cushion for my Grand daughter.

One 100g skein of hand dyed yarn 4ply weight this will be for a pair of socks.
You can find more of similar yarn at Betsy Makes etsy shop

So I think I will be pretty busy for the coming weeks that is something to look forward too, I think I had better knit the cushion first though.

Till next time 
I hope you all have a lovely weekend, and find a little time to make something.

bye for now
Julie x


Sheryl S. said...

Love your knitted chicks, they are perfect and a lovely idea to raise money.

Julie.C said...

Sorry I am late replying Sheryl thank you so much for your comments. xx

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