And then there were three...

Thanks so much everyone for your lovely comments on my new Poncho pattern.  I'm so excited to see that some of you have already made a start and it's great to see the fabulous colour choices you're selecting.  I can't wait to see the finished ponchos in all their glory.

For my part, I'm feeling a little like I did this time last week.  You know, that 'catching up after the holidays' feeling?  My Little Miss was off school last week so my plans to get back on top took a little set back while we regressed into holiday style sofa-slouchy-mode.  While that was great for the progress of my latest knitty project it hasn't really helped my productivity levels in any other area.

Still, there is always this week to tackle the job list and I do have something to show you.  I found these little things to be a nice Easter project.  Something quick that I could make head way with now and then, even when we were busy.  A couple more potholders to add to my fledgling 'wall of modern vintage potholders'.

 My colour choices are making my 'vintage' collection of potholders rather more modern than the recreation of a collection of old treasures that I'd originally imagined but I can't seem to resist the colourful shades for these designs.

So now my first pot holder, the flowery one has some little friends to hang with it and keep it company and has now magically transformed from a potholder strangely hanging on a wall for no reason, into an official collection.  Albeit a teeny tiny one.  I like how it's looking though and I've found plenty more patterns I want to try, so the collection will definitely be growing soon.


Pattern:  Grandma's Heart (Rav link) by Carol Wijma

Hook:  4.0mm (USA G)

Yarn:  Rico Creative Cotton


Pattern:  Triangle Potholder by Jessica Phillips

:  4.0mm (USA G)

Yarn:  Rico Creative Cotton & Drops Paris

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