If you are anything like me you have tons and tons of yarn. And then some. And if you are anything like me, you’re pretty cheap. And you like to give people presents. And to drink…oh wait…well..yeah that too.
Back to the point of this post, it’s time to make some really quick knits up. I personally steer clear of scarves since they basically bore me, and take forever for me to complete. The other night, I cruised along Pinterest and picked out some sweet quick knits for you to make, since you have (almost) 3 weeks to make some presents! I’m going to try to make some of these for people.
Well here’s some effin’ scarves & cowls for you anyways:
Quick Knit Scarf by LoopsKnitting
Marian by Jane Richmond
Life is Uneven Cowl by Jess (on CutOutandKeep)
Jane Richmond – Mitten Cuffs
Jane Richmond – Leg Warmers
Always a Christmas Classic – Slippers:
Splash by Drops Design
New Classic – Coffee Cozies:
1. Owl Coffee Cup Cozie 2. Cream Cable Cozy 3. Coffee Mug Cozy
Last but not least:
Here are some sweet blanket options if you have a chunk of time on your hands:
1. Eleventh Hour Blanket – Purl Bee 2. Speed Hook Shell Afghan 3. 5 1/2 Hour Throw 4. 6 Hour Throw
There you go! Some sweet options. For more inspiration hop on over to my Pinterest! Do you have any favorite stitch up real quick projects? Feel free to comment below and let me know!
Also, tonight’s drink of choice was a previously consumed Long Island Milkshake…it was amazing.
Since my recent embroidery obsession, some friends have made requests. I sent my Lady Guadalupe back to a buddy in California. She is oh so stoked on it too!
have to say it is pretty sweet looking! ha. I didn’t have anywhere to put it either, so it totally worked out.
Recently my other buddy Jess enlisted in me to help her out. She is attending a wedding and wanted to give the bride and groom a unique present. She saw a picture of embroidered lyrics online and wanted a duplicate of it. Not hard at all! The hardest part of this whole project was picking the font (which is Skinny Jeans if anyone wanted to know.)
Finally I got to stitching this piece of magic. Anything with a Weezer reference is golden to me.
I chose a napkin for my fabric, and a pretty light gray for the words. I had to try to fix the M on me about 3 times until I gave up and let it be.
This gift is so sweet and adorable. I wrapped it up and threw it in the pre-selected frame:
This would be the equivalent of a rough draft for me for the framing. I still need to re-position it a bit, glue a bit and seam the back to keep it taunt. I’m pretty stoked on it! Totally worth the beer I’m exchanging for it! I highly doubt I will be selling this, since it’s inspired by someone else. However, I have thought of a few sweet embroidered designs to frame and hang. And may look into some fun phrases to do this with.