Ahhh I haven't participated in one of these in quite a while, but I'm glad I have about 5 minutes to type up a message - sadly, the images aren't as up to date as they should be, but I'm short on time and I have to use what I got. Thankfully, even though I've added to each project since the photo has been taken, they still look pretty much the same.
I have decided that while it is intended as a Christmas present for my oldest daughter, I will give it to her when it is done. I figure it is very autumnal in color and purpose, so it would be nice if she got to actually use it this year.
It is coming along nicely. Obviously, the longer it gets, the longer it takes to get around it. I'm using Lion Brand homespun yarn. I'm not having a good time with it but because I'm using an N hook, it isn't as bad as it could be.
And no worries, she won't read my blog, I'm sure of it - if she does... you'd better act surprised!
I thought the earth tones made the yarn, even with the light halo of fuzziness, look more masculine. The man pops in while I'm working on it, I go to play it casual. And in conversation, I ask him what he thinks - is it manly enough.... and he said it was not! I was floored.
I have since polled the men at work whenever I take it to work on at lunch. Some guys agree with the man, but some think it is more masculine. I don't know - I know that unless he shows a shining interest in this scarf before its done, I don't know what I'm going to do with it. I have another friend in mind, a female, that may really like it, or I could sell it... I dunno.
I have a third project on the hook but no picture - it is a quick Halloween pattern I made up. I'm working it up all the way to put the pattern here on my blog for your use before the holiday - and I will most likely make a video tutorial of how to make it. So look for that in the next few days or so (I'll most likely post the pattern in the next day or so and then the video up this weekend or next week sometime).
With that said - thank you for reading. I wish you the best with all your projects!
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It is coming along