They are not as circular as I had hoped but they do the job very well.
I will be putting a pattern, yarn and needles in there and hopefully it will become a charity raffle prize. I will get that sorted next week.
Now, of course, I want to start another one, possibly in C 2 C crochet using a variegated yarn. I can think of one or two people who would not sneeze at opening a present to find that inside.
I have just about finished the sneezy shawl, it is very big and I am still on the first ball, once I am down to the last bit of yarn I will cast off. The other ball is destined to become the trim on a long edge to edge cardigan sometime in my future. Not necessarily for me but I can not face knitting row after row of fluffy cobwebs again.
I have been in the garden today but the heat has driven me back inside, I am too hot to do much but have plans for later.
Once I have walked the dogs I have some fabric to iron and try out a new bag idea. I will share even if it turns out to be a pigs ear. It will be a prototype after all.
Ben has just told me that he needs to walk Right Now, so I am off.
Ohh pam i love that , You are so clever xxxReplyDelete
The pattern is available all over the net, just type in Fat Bottomed Bag.Delete
I'm worried that if I type in Fat bottomed bag, I'll get pictures of me popping up!!!Delete
Glad you had a nice sunny day. The bag looks fantastic you must be so pleased. Jane xxReplyDelete
I am pleased with it but the next one will have some modifications. Pockets and a scissor keeper for a start.Delete
A very beautiful bag Pam.ReplyDelete
It's been too hot here today for DD to go out in the garden too-x-
We had all the seasons in one, about the only thing missing was frost and snow.Delete
Your bag is beautiful . . . you are so talented. I love it!ReplyDelete
Thank you Connie, you are very kind.Delete
The bag is amazing, what a delight. Such a great raffle prize.ReplyDelete
I hope that it will raise a little money, there is never enough.Delete