Posted in Cross Stitch, Knitting, Scarf

Believe 

​​​​​​Feb 2012

Vardhman Variegated  Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

7 mm Knitting Needles

After all the experiments for my friends it was now time to make something for my boyfriend. Being a devoted Manchester United fan I figured he’d appreciate this. I used a cross stitch program to convert the logo and then spent about 8 hours editing it to have just 3 colours instead of the initial 25 – 30 colours. It took me a month to complete each cross stitch logo which is about 10″x11″ and then I knit the scarf using 6/8 cables. After all that work I decided it was better to put his name on it as well. I used a cross stitch pattern site that I can’t find now to get the font. Needless to say he really likes it and I’ve been asked by all the other football fans for one with their team logo. Although I haven’t gotten around to actually doing that yet. 
KG-Chart for Cross Stitch https://www.iktsoft.net/kgchart-en/kgchart/

Posted in Knitting, Scarf

Excited 

​​​​​Dec​​ 2011 

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

7 mm Knitting Needles 

After the previous design working out I tried to replicate it and was happy with the results. This meant that theoretically I can use simple cross stitch patterns in my knitting. 

​​​​Sept 2012 

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

7 mm Knitting Needles 

I made this for my friend who wanted a birthday gift for a friend. 

Posted in Knitting, Scarf

Dazzled 

​​​​Dec​​ 2011 

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

7 mm Knitting Needles 

After making my stash bag I decided to make a scarf as well. I wanted to see the difference in following the same pattern for flat and circular knitting. 

​​​Jul 2014

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

7 mm Knitting Needles 

This was for my friend’s colleague. 

Posted in Bag, Knitting

Content B

​​​​Nov​​ 2011 

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles 

I made this to help with organising my knitting. This is the bag for the box I am using to keep all my pointy accessories. The box lid is loose so this stops it from opening in the project bag. 

http://www.woolywonder.com/freebies/wonderbag/

Feb​​ 2012 

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles 

This is for my Bible. 

Feb​​ 2012 

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles 

This is my pencil case, I stitched it down the middle to create to sections. 

​​​​Jan​​ 2014 

Cotton Yarn

4ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles 

I made this to store my increasing collection of tools. 

​​​​May​​ 2014 

Cotton Yarn

4ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles 

This is my handbag. 

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/flower-power-bag-3

Jun​​ 2014 

Cotton Yarn

4ply / Fingering Weight

3 mm Knitting Needles 

This is an alternative pencil case as the first one was getting small. 

Posted in Bag, Knitting

Content A

​​​Nov​​ 2011 

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles 

I made this to help carry my current project around the house. It ended up being a little small, but I learnt how to make bags so the purpose was served. 

Mulberry Silk Drawstring Bag Pattern

Nov​​ 2011 

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles 

This is my stash bag. I wanted to learn how to make the chevron pattern so I added it to the body of the bag and just used up all my green yarn.

Jul​​ 2014

Vardhman Millenium Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

8ply / DK / Worsted Weight

4 mm Knitting Needles 

I frogged the first bag and used all my scrap yarn to make this bag. For the body I used moss stitch. I use this to keep all my tools together. It’s a little big but does the job. 

Posted in Crochet, Phone Case

Dismay 

​​​​Nov​​ 2011

Vardhman Babysoft Yarn

Acrylic Yarn

4ply / Fingering Weight

4 mm Crochet Hook

This was the first phone case I made for one of my colleagues. I wasn’t really happy with the results because it ended up looking like a coin purse. I cross stitched the logo as a request.