Projects I knitted for my own personal use, given as gifts or donated to a charity.
This pattern has no chart. It’s written out line by line. Enjoy.
The 2012 mittens for Christmas is for Kids.
I made this afghan in 2014 for my nephew J. It was fun to make, and warm to sit under!
I made this for my nephew L in 2014. I like to keep my "kids" warm!
I made this afghan for the nephew N in 2014. I love working with bright colors, and he's a colorful guy!
My 2014 donation of mittens, keeping me warm all year round!
The 2016 donation of 50 mittens to Christmas is for Kids.
My 2015 mitten donation to Christmas is for Kids.
This lightweight summer top I made in 2012 is made of mercerized cotton. Mercerized cotton is processed to make it shiny and absorbent.
The cardi, mittens and hat for my nephew M. BTW, the buttons aren't functional, there are snaps to hold the sweater closed!
A cardigan, mittens and hat (still in progress) for my niece B's 2nd birthday. She loves orange!
Fingerless mitts made for a dear friend in 2012. The yarn IS sparkly!
For the local Relay for Life in 2002, I knitted an afghan and raffled it off. The boy who won it was SO excited about it, I remember when he bought his ticket and he told his Dad "I have to have this, Dad. I've gotta win!"
My niece M is into elephants. What better for her afghan - a pocket for the elephant!
This striped top was for my anniversary in 2009. The lambswool is great to work with, and SO soft (and warm) to wear!
My 2011 collection of 50 mittens, donated to Christmas is for Kids.