Sunday, January 18, 2009

Anatolian mittens

This is a work in progress shot of second naknimitmo09 project the Anatolian Mittens from Folk Mittens. Not the best photos. I rushed them to get something up in Ravelry.

I am using the left overs from the Big Ivy Scarf I finished a while back. Speaking of Big Ivy I need to bust that monster out. It is freezing here in Philly!

I have been sewing like crazy every night I finished 5 morsbags for my sister's birthday tomorrow. I got some great Eagles fabric at Joann's for 50% off. Thanks nice old lady who shared her coupons with me. I appreciate it. I cut out two shopping bags, three lunch bags and four drawstrings for tomorrow. We have the day off for MLK day.


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