Finished slippers and a crocheted Christmas

I have finished my slippers and as promised I’ll model them. However, light had faded to the point that any picture I would have taken would have had to have been lit with indoor lighting. I much prefer natural light. Tomorrow I’ll wear my monster slippers that were really quite easy to make and look awesome.

Jonathan (husband) has pointed out twice that walking in my new slippers could be detrimental to my health. And he is of course quite correct… I’m incredibly clumsy and regularly trip over things that aren’t there! 🙂

Christmas is now so close I can taste it and all my gifts that I’m making are made, and thanks to Jonathan wrapped. I’m looking forward to sharing some of the things I’ve made that are presents… not long.

We are sharing presents, mainly, this year as we mostly like the same sort of things. The only things I’ve specifically asked for are some larger bamboo crochet hooks;Tunisian crochet hooks and a ball winder. I wonder what everyone else would like for Christmas this year?

These hooks I stumbled across on pinterest are great! What a gift they’d make.
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Wooden sticks made into crochet hooks – http://pinterest.com/pin/94927504619540862/

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7 responses to “Finished slippers and a crocheted Christmas

  1. My God,the hooks are…are…are…grrrrrrr…i want them!

  2. So are you going to have a go at carving some hooks yourself? An extension to your hobby?
    Can’t wait to see the monster slippers (but don’t slip in them 😄) x

  3. creative pixie

    You could whittle some sticks yourself and have them as purely ornamental hooks.

  4. Looking forward to seeing your reveals.

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