Stocking Ornaments


I finished or should I say quit making the stocking ornaments!  Two are for a swap that I am participating in over at Christina's blog and the rest are for people in real life.  Can't say who as of yet. You know sometimes very rarely I do keep a secret.

I used Baby Ull yarn which is absolutely heavenly to knit with.  I love how soft it is and how springy and squishy the project feels.  The reason that I made only six is because I ran out of green yarn.  I had a skein of red but felt a little burned out from the process.  You see I have a sweater calling my name!!

I am happy to report that I posted both of my swap ornaments today and I hope when they arrive it brings a smile to their new owners :)

Project page is here

Comments

  1. How adorable! I'm so excited for this swap, I can't wait to see what comes in my mailbox!

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  2. These are awesome! I'm so bummed I missed out on the swap!! You have very lucky swapees! :-)

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  3. Those are so cute! You did a wonderful job!

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  4. Those little stockings are just the cutiest Karen!

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  5. I really like swapping stuff for Christmas! These stocking are so cute. I like the kind of green that you used. It feels christmas-y haha XD

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  6. Oh my goodness! They are wonderful Karen! I have only ever managed to knit one sock, and here you have basically knit three pairs! :)

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  7. wow these are just fantastic and so pretty !!

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  8. Those are so adorable!! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  9. Gorgeous - will keep on eye on my letterbox - would love to be the yucky recipient!

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  10. oh my goodness karen! these are so darling, i love them! what beautiful knitting too, they look just perfect. i'm sure they are going to be well loved. :)

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  11. These socks are so cute! love your header photos too :)

    Bee happy x

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  12. Saw these on Ravelry last night and I just love them!! They are so cute! There are going to be some happy recipients soon!! blessings ~ tanna
    ps... any chance you will write this one up??

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  13. The green is perfect....can't you see a red and white candy cane sticking out??? Love them!!!

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  14. They will make a lovely swap. I love that green. I'm still on first pair of socks after years of not making any.

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  15. that is one of my favorite shades of green... and it pairs so nicely with white. i've never made socks yet, but i'm going to be brave and try my first hat this week.

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  16. Adorable! Do you have a pattern?

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  17. These are so sweet and lovely, thanks for the inspiration x

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  18. They are the cutest decorations! Jacinta

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  19. I love them! What a sweet idea x

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  20. Yay! I wanted to let you know that I did indeed find this sweet stocking in my mailbox yesterday afternoon! Thanks so much. I love it and my girls who are just 3 and 1 have been fighting over who gets to use it for Santa treats. I'm going to do a little post about the swaps I have, I hope it's alright to include you?
    Thanks again! Sara

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