Art it Up! is a weekly feature hosted by Tabitha @ Not Yet Read. It is dedicated to showcasing our Art. It could be inspired by a book or some other entertainment media or even just whatever artistic thing you’ve done that week. Break out those dusty art supplies!
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This week’s art
I finished a number of things this and last week (I know I was bad and didn’t have time to get around to posting last week’s art post. So here is a two-fer. I’ve been in the mood to make cowls and scarves. I think I made hmmm 3? One extra long double loop infinity scarf (not pictured here) a candy rainbow infinity scarf/cowl I’m not sure its somewhere inbetween – with matching fingerless gloves! Then today at lunch I finished another cowl.
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What I’m working on!
As I said – I’ve been in the mood to make scarves and such – so I wanted to really challenge myself. So I saw this “broomstick lace” pattern and I just had to give it a try. I didn’t have a huge knitting needle of the size i needed so I improvised with the biggest watercolor brush I have in my collection. I’ve added another 12 rows since this picture….still 20 more rows to go!
This Week’s Crafty AGGRAVATION!
Returning to work has put a crimp in my craft flow but I’m starting to get back in the groove. My aggravation today is due to the sandy colored cowl you see pictured above. The yarn was soooo soft when it was a ball in the skein, or even holding the cowl in my hands its really soft but I put it on and it tickled me, not scratchy but tickly you know? But oh well it’s going in the sell pile for the Holiday craft fair.
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