Sunday, January 10, 2010

What's Happening on My Other Blog

My two loves in life, ok after Matt, are cooking & creating handmade things. I've been spending so much time on this blog over the last year or two that I've really ignored the blog dedicated to my crafting. This year I decided to revive it by committing to working on something handmade everyday & capturing that in photographs, thus Handmade 365 was born. Here's what I've been up to the last week plus 2 days.
Handmade 365 Week 1+2
1 & 7. Lori's Mitten 2. Mittens for me 3, 5, 6 & 9. Matt's Robot Mittens
4. Tulle Rose 8. Hot Geek Coffee Sleeve

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7 comments:

Fresh Local and Best said...

Kat, you are so creative and talented! I love the patterns on these knits.

Stacey Snacks said...

Love it!
I wish I could sew a button on a blouse!

Dawn said...

oh you have talent. I tried knitting and it was a huge fail. I was supposed to make a mitten but ended up with a bowl. Yeah, that bad. I have no patience for knitting either, I'd rather admire others' work.

lotus said...

Kat, you are such an inspiration to me! I was looking through your knit pics last week and decided to try that leaf scarf you did last year. Hope my book arrives soon cuz I thinking about all those leaves and flowers I can attach to the simple baby sweaters I'm making.

tamilyn said...

This really makes me miss my grandma. She died before I got a chance to learn making mittens, and before she could show my Mom how to do the thumbs. I admire your talent.

Lori said...

This is so great! I love seeing your photos. The mittens are the cutest!

Lori said...

Oh I so wish those were my mittens. You are doing a great job with everything! I need to learn how to knit!

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