|Squirt modeling the billed cap made on Christmas Eve|
I think many fiber artists pick up yarn and hook/needle to create for the holidays. I’m not sure if your family is like mine or not – but homemade gifts are expected.
In light of both of those statements, I have no idea how many pick up their yarn on Christmas Eve … I do.
To the right is a hat I created on Christmas Eve for my future step-sister. I don’t know what pattern I used but I know I got it off Ravelry.
I was sitting around, after finishing some baking and feeling the urge to hook. I grabbed my laptop and went in search of something quick and easy. I hadn’t anticipated making something for … hmmmm I have to think of something to call her since I don’t use real names on my blog. I’ll think on that later.
|DC modeling the stocking cap|
In addition to the billed cap, which took about 3 hours to complete, I also made a stocking cap. I used a very basic hat pattern (ie in my head, no pattern from someone else). I knocked this one out in about 2 hours.
I ended up giving the stocking cap to my mother’s future husband…. someone else I have to make a name up for if I continue to mention him on my blog. *smiles*
All in all I think they came out pretty good and both were well received on Christmas morning.
… and just in time for another snow storm.
Merry Christmas, everyone – may your holiday season be safe and filled with love from family and friends.