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Little hearts

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Sadly I have not been feeling my best so not able to do much of anything at the end of a long day of infusions but I was able to knit quite a few hearts in the car and with the cannula stuck in my arm/hand.

Only finished off a couple of them but the lavender smell is overpowering! After the photo they have to go back in the bag LOL!

I have more than memorized the pattern by now, I can knit them on autopilot! The purple one needs plumping but I am happy with them. Just need to design a card with info abut their moth-repelling properties and package them up. Let’s see how many more I can make before the bingo!

I’ll be happy when this week is over and I can start to rep the rewards of these long days stuck in the infusion suite!

4 thoughts on “Little hearts

  1. The hearts (and gnomes) are so sweet and cute, and I can only image the lovely lavender smell. You truly are amazing in that you still create and post when feeling so poorly. My prayers are for you to feel as well as possible very soon. Thanks for still posting. Hope you’re home by now. (I get the weekly digest so I’m only seeing this on Monday.)

  2. Hi, I hope you are feeling better. I love your Nearly No- See Heart pattern. However, I
    I cannot figure out how to finish it. I am stuck in the bumps and the photos are not helping me. Do you have a video?

    Thanks,

    Susan Cantrell

    PS I would go to a knitting shop for help, but I am staying at home these days due to Covid. 😦

    • No video, sorry, but all you have to do is thread the cut tail of the yarn thru the remaining 4 stitches on the needle and pull then to tighten on each bump. The add a. Purple of stitches to close the small gap in the middle. Easy peasy! And yes, thanks, finally by today I am feeling a bit better.

  3. Hi MaryAnne! Well you are proof you can’t keep a good crafter down! Love the lavender hearts, a great little project perfect to keep you occupied at the mo. Hope the rest of your treatment goes smoothly and you are soon seeing improvements. Happy WOYWW, stay safe, stay well, love n hugs Cindy xx #22

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