I've never crocheted so much in only four days! I'm stocking up merchandise for the Saturday market. I finished these smittens first.
Then I started in on this fabulous snuggie (neck-warmer). It's a scarf that doesn't have the extra 3 feet to get tangled in your coat/hair/hat/chair/elbow. Just enough to keep you neck warm, fasten at the front with a flower, and look gorgeous. Seriously -- you can't tell from the photos, but this yarn is to die for. It is so beautiful. The autumn colors rippling through in this "grit stitch" pattern was a winner!
The grit stitch:
It's just so rich, and I had the perfect eye-lash yarn as an accent on the ends. (Yarn used: Patons Classic Wool, Lotus color, 100 grams)
Today I finished this snuggie.
A little closer. This white yarn is so creamy, silky looking. (Yarn used: Loops & Threads Country Loom, Warm Cream color, 140 grams. Also Bernat Boa eyelash)
I also made another "smuff" to cover ears. This is the bobble stitch, using Caron Simply Soft yarn.
This pair of smittens is also made with Loops & Threads Country Loom, Rich Blues color.
And one last pair of smittens:
I'm not done yet! I'm making more soap pouches now, to include in my gift bags of soap. I only have one bag left, so must restock.