The pattern is a free pattern right here! I have a thing about birdies, (which Kate teases me about) so I've made a couple of these little guys.
So let's see yours!
I made a slouchy hat for Roots n Shoots winter drive(Pine Ridge, SD). Url to Ravelry listed pattern
This is a really simple fingerless mitt that I have made MANY times for nieces and nephews this winter and I just posted it on the "Wanted Knitters and Crocheters" discussion here. It is a leftover yarn type pattern and the "wanted" discussion is for a great cause if you are looking fo something to do between big projects.
I was pretty busy over the holidays making gifts, so I'll just post a bunch of them here.
This is the extra-long mobius scarf for my daughter (again). I made up the pattern as I went. I started with a single crochet foundation chain, then I think I ended up doing HDC rows until I ran out of yarn--2 skeins of Lion Brand Wool-ease Thick and Quick. I doesn't look as long on her since she is about 6" taller than me. She is the one who decided on the basic design--long and chunky. Girls...
Next, a lacy shawl with matching fingerless mitts given to my mother. The mitten pattern is from Red Heart. I discovered it on their web site, and I can't tell you how many pairs I've made for folks. It uses sock weight yarn. I made the scarf with the same shells-and-v stitch pattern of the mittens, only I used a larger hook. The yarn is from Plymouth.
I've also made some more of the triangle prayer shawls, again using up my stash. Yay, me. Soon I'll be able to buy more yarn, right? I mean, that's one of the reasons we love doing these projects is to have the yarn to play with...
I enjoyed viewing all your FOs.
on a sidenote: for some reason my pc downloads photos really s l o w ly. Is it because I'm on dial up? Seems like use to it showed photos faster, now it'll just stop after awhile and not finish loading the images. Especially a problem when images are large.
I bet it is IE ... the AOL IE at that.