The wreaths are made. I used the cuttings from the bottom of the tree and the boxwood I brought back from our Thanksgiving trip to Virginia. They're so easy to make and they don't take much time.
The wreath on the far right hangs on the front door and the one pictured on the left is the one on the garage door. I think the bows are a little high but they're on there now!
Love making the wreaths and using live greens and any other natural stuff I can get my hands on. I want to do some sort of arrangement in the pots on either side of the front door. I have greens left from the wreaths but need some color and height. I'm think I need a few lengths of bamboo spray-painted Christmas red to stick in the pots with the greenery. I have to be careful what I put outside. With the high winds we get, everything has to be tethered firmly. Case in point - My "Welcome Autumn" flag hasn't been seen for weeks. A wind took it off who knows where!
Last Saturday was Knitting At Noon at Dorothy Lane Market in Springboro.
Carol was busy making Christmas ornaments these cute mittens and a bell.
Sara designed and knit these great neon-bright fingerless mitts. I swear these looked as if they were vibrating!
Stephanie posted two garlands on Facebook that she made. She made a garland of mittens for each of her daughters. Twenty-four mittens each! Yes, that's 48 mittens total. I hear she used the Smitten: A Holiday Garland pattern from KnitPicks.