I'm happy to say that I'm finally feeling better! Last night I went to bed at 9 and slept almost 11 hours! That did the trick because I'm feeling like a million bucks today.
Little monster is staying at her dad's this weekend, so I've been busy hooking. I found out that the fundraiser for Pi's school is two weeks sooner than expected! GAH! I decided this weekend would be dedicated to making as many scarves for the fundraiser as possible.
This first one is made with RHSS and no pattern. Just ch 203, and 8 rows of dc. I'm really into the stripe look lately. I'm going to have to make more like this.
This next one is made with Patons Divine and the pattern is from Christina's Crochet Haven. Boy, she's got a great name, huh? :) It's the Lacy Look Scrap Scarf. I changed it up a little bit by just adding 2 extra rows to make the scarf wider. This pattern was quick, easy, and looks really pretty when finished.
This next scarf is made with Caron Simply Soft Thick and Quick. I didn't use a pattern on this either. I ch 20, and then did dc rows until it was a length I liked. Seriously, this worked up SO fast and is VERY soft. Very very soft. Super yummy soft. Can you tell I think its soft?
Next I did a newborn sized mesh baby hat. I used the same wool yarn that I used on the hat I did for my co-worker last week. I can't remember the pattern I used, but I know it is from an adult pattern I found on Crochet Pattern Central.
Its hard to see the mesh pattern without a baby's head, so I used one of Little Monster's dolls. I'm pretty sure that I'm going to add a matching flower.