Procrastination station

Hello friends, let me introduce you to my life long friend, procrastionstion. While procrastionstion has been busy keeping me from working in Hobbes, it has in the last week allowed me to start and complete a few other projects.

Hats

  


Though this one is supposedly for sizes newborn to three months, and I used a bigger hook than what it called for, I’m pretty close to calling bs on the sizing. So I held a contest on my regular Facebook page, people with babies newborn to zero ahem Three months entered and it will be heading out hopefully tomorrow (we’re once again sick, so that is a big hopefully.)
I also made my first crochet flower button


And for my final trick, I started the Dragon Watcher’s Hood from Tiny Owl Knits. Using this beautiful warm wool yarn that was part of a package of goodies sent to me from Alaska from my second cousin.


At first I had a small issue with the pattern that stumped even Stephanie (TOK),
  

But as it turns out, if a pattern change happens and it’s not in bold, then it doesn’t catch my eye.

However, after taking all the stitches out all the way down to the brim sigh I managed in two days to finish the hood, and now all that is left is to knit the two Icords, add bells, and sew them on.

  

I was hoping to get the icords done tomorrow on our next house viewing adventure, but alas I am going to stay home with the wee sick children and Toph will head on out his own, in search of our farm.
Have a nice day folks!!!

Hats & ducklings

So I did manage to get some other things done yesterday that other then sitting in the barn.

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A friend is having her first boy and asked me to crochet a baseball baby hat for her sons newborn pictures. Once I finally figured out the pattern it was a breeze, this morning another friend asked me if I would make her one as well.

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I guess I was off on the duckling count, I had thought 15 but from what I counted this morning, there are 14 ducklings.

Have a great day folks!