A pinch and a punch for the first day of the month! I can’t believe it is already winter here in Australia!
It is a good thing that I have just finished my giant corner to corner blanket, all made with scrap yarn I salvaged from the St Vincent de Paul op shop 😊 I really liked working with all different textures and knowing that I have made a whole blanket with pre-loved yarns AND spent money for a good cause.
What I also love about it is that it is big enough to warm up both Dylan and I while we watch TV. Bring it on winter, we are prepared!
Hey hey everyone! What a busy weekend! The birthdays were great, we had yummy food and plenty (too much?) of wine.
I realised I didn’t show you my 2 jellyfish finished! The pink one is mine and the blue one is for my best friend (hello Christmas present!)
introducing mister jelly 1 and 2
The picture is a bit dark but the tentacle are very very colourful and are the results of my attempt at stash busting.
I’m saying attemp here because although the 2 jellies have quite a few tentacles, my stash was still pretty full!
So, I’ve decided to start a new stash busting project: the corner to corner rainbow blanket! I followed this free pattern and just changed yarn after 6 rows or when it ran out. As you can see, mainly when it ran out!
I absolutely love it, it’s so unique and colourful!
What’s your best stash busting project?