I'm sooooooo glad that Spring is officially here. This winter seemed unusually long.
I don't have much to report other than that I have a couple of projects to show you:
This is the Fat Bottom Bag (Ravelry Link) from Happy Hooker Crochet by Deb Stoller. I'm not much of a crocheter and all of the dishcloths and granny squares that I've attempted have turned out a little wonky around the edges, but I think this bag turned out okay. It only took a week. So, if you're looking for something relatively simple to crochet, give this one a try. The handles are bamboo and the yarn is Cascade 220 Heathers (Brown).
This morning I was avoiding homework and engaged in some "pro-craft-ination". This is leftover Noro Iro and the pattern is One Skein Wonder by Stefanie Japel. It only took about three hours to do. It will be great to throw over a tank or tee in warmer weather. It's still blocking. Hopefully, I'll get an official picture later.
Here's a blast from my knitting past. It's the French Market Bag from Knitty.com in 2003. It was one of my first knitted items. I used a bunch of Cascade 220 leftover scraps. It doesn't get used much, though.
This is the February Lady Sweater (Ravelry Link). I only have one sleeve left to do and I'm suffering from "second sleeve syndrome". Not.Good. But, it will be completed very soon, I'm sure.
I hope you are having a wonderful weekend and are enjoying whatever it is you're knitting, crocheting (or studying).