It's Halloween, so here's my Sinister Swarm Washi. I was just going to wear black, but then realized this was actually clean! How could you pass up that?
Spooooooky black knitting on my needles. Not really spooky, but black and gray, and I think that counts. It's a Chunky Dean Street hat for my little dude out of some Wool-ease I found in my stash. I love this fast knitting with chunky yarn and giant needles.
And here's that Bimaa I miffed the cutting on earlier in the week. All finished, with a little bit of breakfast already on the tummy. That's how you can tell a good piece of clothing, when it gets dirty fast.
Here's the back. I'd cut two fronts and sewn it all up, only realizing the mistake when the collar didn't go on right. Duh! So I took the two pattern pieces, traced the difference, and added some seam allowance. The result is that little semi-circle seam at the top of her back. Easy, and I only had to pull a few stitches out of the shoulders to sew in my patch.
Here's her scary face. It's actually really scary. How does a two-year-old know the Children of the Corn look?
Linking up with Live a Colorful Life for Really Random Thursday!