Holiday Crocheting - Phase I (Sneak Peak)


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The holidays are almost upon us.  Personally I haven't really done any "holiday" crafting like most.  However, in the last week I have received orders from people locally that have given me an opportunity to craft during this season.  In addition, I finally started OT on my hand so now I can officially get back to crocheting - at least in spurts.  Actually, it seems the crocheting might actually be helping.  :-)

The laundry is in the washing machine; the dishes in the dishwasher; the trash just taken to the dump (yeah, I live outside the city limits, so I have to do this task myself).  Anyhoo, just wanted to give you a quick view into the orders that have been completed.  I didn't have the privilege of using natural light on some because I finished so late in the evening, but it's a photo nonetheless.  :-)

These were pre-made items that sold outside of the Christmas on the Square event: 
To a co-worker (as a set)
To a co-worker (as a set)

To the owner of a seafood restaurant.  Who knew a man could wear a child's sized hat?  I caught this hat being worn while someone was frying fish in the kitchen.  lol
These were custom orders after the Christmas on the Square event:

 
 
 
 
 
 

...still more to do.  Ok, break's over.  :-)

Happy Crafting,

5 comments:

  1. Very nice, Libby! I especially love the brown set and the turquoise and amber set.

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  2. Congrats on all your sales! Love the brown and turquoise set! What yarn is that?

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  3. @Ayana: Thank you so much!

    @Caroline: That is such a pretty yarn. I had never seen it before. It's called "Tweed Stripes" and it's made by Lionbrand. The colorway is "Woodlands". And yes, I even found it at Wal-Mart!

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  4. Wow! I do so love crocheted + knitted items. I have to say that that red/white scarf is talking to me. :D

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  5. Everything looks great! Congratulations on all of the sales!

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