I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas. I know we had three days of celebrating Christmas with our families this year. Lots of LATE nights/EARLY mornings - I'm not sure which it is when you go to bed at 3 AM. It was wonderful spending time with our families.
This year I think I mentioned, everyone was getting felted slippers for Christmas - it's a joke between my dad and I every year (we have a few jokes - including $10, but that's a story for another day!). Every year about September, my dad has worn holes in the bottoms of his wool slippers, regardless of how thick I make the soles. Sure I could get suede bottoms to sew on these slippers, but a new pair of slippers every year is our joke. :o) Anyway, I ended up making 25 pair of slippers (yep, 50 slippers total).
This is Glen's Uncle Stash showing off his new head mitten, er, slippers.
This year in addition to the big people's slippers, I wanted to find a pattern for the little people in our family - the kids. And amazingly enough, I DID find a pattern, and it's nearly identical to the big peoples pattern but knits up A LOT FASTER!!!
I had to show you just how cute these little peoples slippers turn out.
This is Gizmo helping me knit the slippers up - - -
And these are the slippers BEFORE they're felted.
When Colin gets his slippers on Saturday, Amy will felt them to fit him perfectly.
They are just WAY TO CUTE, aren't they?
Well, hopefully tomorrow I'll have a chance to get back into my studio and do some creating - I spent yesterday cleaning up after Hurricane Min that went thru my studio at Christmas. I was amazed at some of the items I unearthed!! :o)
We're gearing up over at Scrap-Friendzy for the Super Sketch A-Thon that begins on New Years Day!
Make sure you take a few minutes to stop by & be inspired!
I hope you're getting some crafty time now that the holiday craziness has lessened.