Welcome to
What's on Your Hooks and Needles in February 2024
Will  it be an unfinished project? (goodness knows I have plenty of those)
Some yarn that has been hanging around for a loooong time? (goodness knows I have plenty of that)
A new pattern from your to-do list? (that gets longer every day)
Whatever you fancy, I'm sure you'll have a ball (of yarn).....and maybe just feel a little 'lighter' after this month, when you discover what you have accomplished. (I hope I do).
Have fun!! smile
Colour of the month is
Yes, it can be a little hard (who am I kidding, it can be very hard for a senior like me) to knit comfortably with, but just a very few black squares  can make a whole blanket design POP!!
Any hoo, as I always say -  NO PRESSURE......surprise yourself and each other, in this, our first 'free' month of the year. wink


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    • I'm liking the gentle colours in this cosy blanket of Bev's 👍

    • Lovely subtle colours in this blanket!

    • Sweet, SWEET colours in your friend, Bev's blanket, Karen!! GORGEOUS!!

  • 14 pairs handwarmers and 11 CoM squares -5 DK &  6 chunky (accidentally picked up chunky instead of aran!)



    • Beautiful work as always Diane!

    • Winners all around.  I am loving that darling bear.

      Stripey handwarmers are great, too.

    • Good on ya', for making ELEVEN black squares, Diane!!

      The stripe combos in your handwarmers are all cheery and will be gratefully received by the children. Pretty as!!

  • Apologies for the photo, I find it easier to drape the blanket these days. I bought this yarn when on offer, it was lovely to work with, Bonus chunky, Raspberry Ripple, and I have enough for another blanket in the future.


    • Oh how I wish I could fly to the UK to purchase some of that divine yarn!

      Can't wait to see the follow up blanket.

    • GORGEOUS colourways, Chris!!! Just soooo pretty.  :))

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