Ever since I finished all my classes for the Fall semester I've been crafting my fingers to the bone. Now is the time to get caught up on all the projects I've been thinking about but had no time to get done at all. And project #1 on the top of my list was to get back on the Teesha Moore craft wagon. I didn't even attempt to hit my goal of 20 panels and 1 finished object October or November, but I've already finished my goal for December and then some.
These pictures are way overblown on the light, rest assured much better pictures will be taken when they end up in my shop.
I had a few in progress pieces that were supposed to be long clutch like purses, but as my planning didn't go quite as I'd hoped I turned them into accent pillows.
I also put together these little pouches/wallets. It's the perfect size for a few of the basic necessities: license, cash, card, maybe some chapstick. I'll definitely be making more of these.
That aside, I've been addicted to my crocheting hook for some reason. I made a shawl for myself and a couple more yarn bombs that are ready to be planted. I tried last night to make a thinner shawlette but so far have only managed to supremely bungle the patterns I tried to follow. Oh well, I'll keep trying. There's got to be one out there that I can follow along with.