I've been busy knitted away some Autumn Leaves.
I have always loved doing any kind of needlework. Some of my fondest memories with my Mom (Wanda)were spent doing needlework. Mom taught me how to sew, knit, crochet, cross-stitch and crewel.
My Mom won awards for the silk hats that she make, she was very creative!
I'm using the leaves in our Autumn mantel that will be shared soon!
Various yarns representing fall, (wanted one in gold but never got around to HL) and used 5 different patterns (two leaves (3 & 6) are from 1 pattern).
These were very easy to make, and I used double needles (can use whatever you like), #3 & #6 took less than 20 minutes to make, the rest were about 35 minutes each. All the yarns used were from HL.
#1 - Pin Oak Leaf (Pattern from Natural Suburbia)
#2 - Everlasting Leaf (Pattern from Craftstylish)
#3 - Small Leaf (pattern from Natural Suburbia)
#4 - Maple Leaf (pattern from Natural Suburbia)
#5 - Oak Leaf (pattern from Natural Suburbia)
#6 - Small Leaf (pattern from Natural Suburbia)
The Autumn Leaves were fun to make and we are now enjoying them on our mantel vignette.
So what are you waiting for, get out your needles and start knitting!!!
What knitting projects have you done lately?