So last October I picked up my hook.
Have not picked it up since then.
I decided to hook a few mittens
which were for sale at the gift shop for Christmas.
I only hooked 6 and each was a different
color combination of
gray, olive tan and blue.
I dont remember which ones sold,
but I do know Sandy purchased my favorite.
I wanted to use non traditional colors,
so that if someone wanted to keep
it up, you could do so for the Winter
and not just Christmas.
They are backed with wool,
so you could add white tallow berries
or just greens inside and hang from a cabinet door.
Or even from a door knob.
Each of them had a wool piece stitched
at the top for hanging.
Unfortunately I forgot to take pics
of all of them completed,
but you get the gist of what they looked like.
Another update on my daughter's progress.
Sunday we talked and it was the first time
she was able to sit and cross her legs
since the first surgery back in Nov.
She does not want to jinx herself,
but feels she is getting better.
I continue to pray that another infection
does not creep in as her surgeon
said there is still a 20% chance it could
Thank you again for keeping her in
your thoughts and prayers.
You are all the
Snow Mitten Blessings To All!