Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Patterns in the Works....................

There's nothing like a yummy church potluck. The problem tho, is getting your dish there while it's still warm. Since felted projects are so perfect for insulating, I've designed two felted casserole covers that will fit an 8 x 8 square pan and a 9 x 13 oblong. This is a picture of the smaller one. What's rather nifty too, is that it has a long tie cord so that you can attach your spoon.

I've got to finish up this current design for the yarn company first, and then hope to get these casserole covers up on Ravelry. Somewhere in there, I have two other upcoming projects AND Mitchell's green knitted monster to complete before Christmas.
Who needs sleep, right?

As always, I like to remind those of you who haven't entered our November Sock Giveaway to read that post and leave a comment for a chance to win.

Back to a little more knitting and then I have to make a run to the dump. Monday was too muddy and I didn't want to get stuck up there. It's actually a climb to the dump site and it gets rather mushy!

Have a great, great day and try to make some time just for yourself.

Til next time.....................


Sue said...

This is great. I have been thinking of different types of dish covers I could make but so far they are in the head planning stage. You are so right about fleece being good for insulation. Also at JoAnn they always have lots of remnants which are the perfect size and price for that type of project.

Susan said...

casserole cover... hm... great idea! Keep me posted on that pattern!