You won hand spun wool, artisan stitch marker and the easy fun and funky hat pattern!
Yay! Thank you for the May basket! I can’t wait to see it. I haven’t been keeping up with your blog – the washable merino looks really nice. I’d like to order some; I’ll send an email. And, I love the mug hugs and your handspun looks wonderful. Do you have your spinning wheel yet? Also, 4 year olds are sometimes very capable of knitting; my youngest picked up knitting at that age and I loved seeing the looks of people when she would take out knitting in waiting rooms or at siblings games and knit a few rows. The best was once when she was using 4 dps and knitting in the round. (I think she was maybe 5 or 6 at that time.) Now she is almost 10 and doesn’t want to knit much at all! Good luck to Malachi; hope he keeps it up. I see you figured out the nesting dolls. I’d like to see those in person and I’m curious to see the embellishments, too. I’m going to have to keep up a little better so I don’t have to comment on so many posts! Thanks again for the May basket.
Wow, your daughter must be very talented and patient!
Knitting is a great hobby at any age, maybe she will pick it up again later, I heard it is very popular in College.
I am still waiting on my wheel, it is over 4 weeks now. I got all kinds of neat roving, so there will be more wild and crazy (4knitting) hand spun in the hopefully near future!
Thanks for being a friend of crazy4knitting!
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