Less than a week to Christmas! If you are immersed in gift knitting, I wish you all the best in finishing up your gifts on time. And if you can't finish on time, it's always fun to wrap up a project still on the needles with a sweet promise that it will soon be finished. After all, it's the thought that counts.
At this point, it's probably too late to cast on a gift sweater, but if you're looking for ideas for projects you can make in under a week, here are a few ...
Shallows Mitts: 120–135 yards of fingering weight yarn (beads are optional)
Bluet Cowl: approx. 300 yards DK or sportweight yarn
Sawmill River Hat: 215–285 yards of fingering weight yarn
Buttermilk Sky Cowl: approx. 150 yards of DK weight yarn or 200–220 yards worsted weight
Rowhouse Hat: 185-225 yards of DK weight yarn
Fee-bee Mitts: 130 yards of sport weight yarn
In the midst of all the holiday busyness, I hope you are able to find some quiet moments—especially when knitting. May each stitch bring you happiness and joy!