It’s been all go lately.
I had a market stall at the school’s Spring Fair last weekend and spent the weeks prior making stuff to stock it – playcloths, knitted items, little chenille pinafores for toddlers (lousy photo so not posted here but on flickr if you insist), and making another couple of these …
I was pleased with the way they turned out.
Son #3 didn’t want to take it off, and has requested one of his own in blue (he already has a pale orange one, featured elsewhere on the blog – last year’s archives somewhere …)
This was an order for a wee boy turning three, and I also made a white one for the stall. Still knitting for a couple of orders – photos to come.
PS. In regard to the previous post:
The koala was fine and quite oblivious to the fact it was being swooped by territorial magpies.
Yes, a currawong is a bird.
And I forgot to add:
Wednesday evening: at a class play (a bunch of twelve year olds performing The Tragedy of Dido and Aeneas – imagine!) three possums ran along the exposed rafters of the ceiling above the stage, much to the amusement of the audience and the bemusement of the young actors who had no idea why everyone was giggling.