I need a hat. This one is cute.
This one is a cool idea. I think it may also look attractive because I think it may be yet another stash-busting solution.
I already posted re: the Picovoli. It's got a whole whack of buttery-yellow Debbie Bliss Pure Silk waiting for it.
Anne Modesitt's Silk Corset
Another stashbuster! (I hope). I have a load of Kid Silk 2-Ply left over from my misadventures with the first Ene's Scarf. I also have a bunch of very pretty brown, yellow and gold coloured glass beads that haven't yet found a suitable vocation, and I think this might be it.
Colourful Waves Throw
I've been collecting blue and purple yarn for this thing since knitting-time began for me. It started with a newbie purchase of some Fleece Artist mohair yarn (which I soon realized wouldn't be suitable for the top I had been planning to make with it).
More stash-busting. At its best, I might add, because this pattern will enable me to use all those lovely scraps left over from larger projects, made with the precious, precious yarn that I would under no circumstances throw away.
Ditto for this one.
Garn Studio Crocheted Bikini Top
This pattern is much like the other Crocheted halter that I've recently posted about from Sexy Little Knits. Not sure which I like best.
Since I love my Anthropologie shrug oh so much, I've decided to expand my shrug-choices and add this one to the mix.
Lace Up Gloves
These were just too pretty not to include. I probably wouldn't wear them.
I have 1/2 a pound of laceweight wool (already featured on the blog under the sad, sad heading of Misadventures with Kool-Aid dying.
Celia Crocheted Top
This one's not bad. It's a sad second, compared to the Cupcake top. But, as crocheted tops go, this one is wearable.
Bergere de France - Take II
Ah yes, I'm trying again. I had originally purchased some Patons Classic Wool in a cream colour to make this top, but have subsequently been informed that said wool pills.