Sunday, April 1, 2012

Surmount the Stash - March Round Up

I'm a day late with my round up, but I know you'll forgive me when I show you the last project I completed in March.Aren't they cute? Since Miss Nora is a close-to-Easter baby - I figured some bunny slippers were in order. I also have a matching bunny-eared hat I made ages ago, just for fun. Now it's found a home.

Other projects I completed this month? Well no surprise, it was almost all about Nora. I completed her Bruins jacket, as well as her blue angora bonnet and booties. That angora has been in my stash for years. It was leftover from a cone Mom bought at a long-ago knitter's fair. I made Mom a pair of gloves a few Christmases back, and now Nora's presents have finished it off. That's a stash-busting win!

The only thing that wasn't for Nora, was Miss Lily's cranked legwarmers.

So - all small projects, but all from the stash! I don't have an accurate count on the yardage - my best estimate is about 650 yards.

But I've got lots on deck for April - I'm aiming to finish a sweater or two if I can!


Anonymous said...

Those bunny slippers are ADORABLE!!!!

Great job bustin' the stash!

Monika said...

They are so cute!

TheBlackSheep said...

Very cute! I'm sure she'll love them.

Minding My Own Stitches said...

Sometimes small projects from the stash are the best. I usually find it challenging to find good projects for small yardage.

Little baby feet + Little bunnie ears = BIG cuteness!

gayle said...

Awwwww.... Love the little bunnies!

Delusional Knitter said...

Awesome bunny slippers!!!

jodi said...

Hi, found your blog thru Sheep and Ink, so "hi!". Some times little projects are the best- theres a lot to be said about instant gratification , I think that's why so many people knit baby hats for charity. That's a double dose of feeling like you've accomplished something.