Friday 12 December 2014

Cards, Weaving and Gifts

Card Weaving

If you recall I mentioned these cards last week.
They are cards used for card-weaving or tablet-weaving.
This technique has fascinated me for some time now and I eventually could wait no longer and so I dived into my first project over the weekend.

The warping took a while - nearly 4 hours but the results were so worth it!

This is the band I created:

card weaving band

Tablet weaving how to

I guess I am hooked and plan to try more complicated patterns after the Christmas rush is over!

Do you card-weave?

Next up: The other two Mandrakes in all their glory:

mandrakes crochet handmade

Aren't they adorable?
I actually really love them now, they have such character - I can't wait to see the response of the recipients of these two cuties :)

Wristlets Drops Fabel

I made these with thumb openings so that he can use them both ways if necessary.

Cuffs fingerless

I officially only have hubby's socks left to finish and then have completed my Christmas line-up of knitted and crocheted goodies.

I still have some sewing projects to get done over the weekend for all the godparents and granny, but more about that next week.

I will give you a run down of all the "Under the Tree" Goodies after Christmas :)

What did you finish this week?

I will be sharing this post with all of my Friday Friends :)

See you soon

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1 comment:

  1. I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE those Mandrakes! They are beyond adorable! Your weaving is amazing too. I've yet to try that technique. Hooray for getting so much gift knitting done. Love the mitts.


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