Monday, December 3, 2018

A long time

Hi All I'm back and hoping to stay for awhile. If you are still following me thank you. It is Dec 3 2018 and a very rainy stormy day here in NE Florida. So what have I been up to? A little knitting and a lot of are some pictures to show you.

This is going to be a pair of vanilla socks knit up in my new favorite colorway Dragqueen by Leadingmenfiberarts..I love it so much I ordered 2 more skeins of it.
And these sweet pair is done in the blueberry waffle pattern and knitted in WYS yarn from Iredland..

And the last pair is knit in Knitpicks felici yarn and in the Hermiones everyday sock pattern. All these patterns you can get off of Ravelry. Now on to the stitching.
And here are the first batch of ornaments I finish, they are of prairie schooler and little house needleworks.

A Hen Stack by Plum Street Samplers.

A Joyous Noel by Blackbird designs.

Another Prairie Schooler Santa
I think I will stop there I hope you all are having a wonderful day. Also I will be closing my Etsy store on the 7th December and reopening it sometime in the new year..
Until next time thank you for visiting and keep stitching..


Robin in Virginia said...

Devon, what fabulous stitches you have created! Your knitting projects look super as well. It is good to see you back on your blog.

Devon said...

Thank you Robin I was having major computer programs to.

Jackie's Stitches said...

Such beautiful finishes Devon! You're doing a good job Priscilla-fying your finishes!

LOVE your LMFA sock! I may have to get some of that. Did you get it from Craft House?

woolwoman said...

Glad to see you blogging again Devon ! Loved seeing all your finishes together on your blog. Such amazing, creative stuff. Keep it coming - see you soon - Mel

Devon said...

Thank you yes I got it at the crafthouse

Devon said...

Thank you Melody 😊

butterfly said...

Just found your blog Devon , I live in Devon so was drawn by the name .
You have a lovely blog , love all your stitching and Christmas decorations .

Devon said...

Thank you for visiting. My mom was from Exeter. So naturally I love anything from England especially around that area.