Now don’t hate me, but as I had my last day off before trudging back to the day job tomorrow (and given the 100mph winds we’ve had, I really may be trudging as the trains have all been screwed up) I thought I would get some of the FAL things done now, so I could play this weekend. I’ve actually nearly finished the tote, and will have done later, but I
couldn’t be bothered haven’t got as far as sewing on the handles yet, the rest is done.
So here’s my first finish, granny’s scarf. The purple was described on the label in Mandors as jumbo cord, but it’s actually kind of lots of wee lozenge shapes. On the outside is a brushed cotton with wee blue flowers, both of which I hope will appeal to her tastes:
Now I’m off to add tote handles and get a skirt pattern worked out…
I'm sure she'll love the fabric, Katy! It's really pretty. xoxo
What a great finish. I like that purple color a whole lot. It looks nice and warm 🙂
Beautiful fabric and color.
Hate you? Couldnt possibly. Can I be excused a pout though?
Hope gran loves her scarf, looks braw cosy 🙂
hate you… definitely not! but i will call you a show off! 😉 kidding kidding!
Oh that looks cosy….
Yay, well done, one down …
great scarf…love the corduroy. I have another friend in your windy neck of the woods who is holding on for dear life too. Be well, stay safe and bolt yerself down girl. Oma Linda
Very cool! Great job!
Just the thing for Scottish winter weather!
I haven't got anywhere near my workroom yet this year!
That looks so cozy! 🙂
I haven't even gotten started on anything this year and we're already into the 4th day but look at you. I'm beginning to think you're a show off. I'm sure your gran will love the scarf. I know I do and I'm a gran. :^)
Ooh… that scarf looks so soft and warm! Look at you knocking out your list already… I haven't even thought about starting yet!
The scarf looks lovely.
You finished something on your list already. You can't see it, but I am sticking my tongue out at you!!