except this sock.
I hate to miss out on anything and it seems like everyone is knitting socks on circular needles right now. I started this in the airport in Toronto and worked on it while we were in Vegas. You are supposed to knit 2 at a time, but I thought I’d learn to walk before I started running, so just started out with one.
I can’t believe how addictive this is! Just what I need, another addiction. I did this on Number 2 needles with a 75% wool, 25% nylon yarn and I love how it turned out.
I’ve been busy working on Christmas gifts, but because they are gifts, I can’t share most of them with you right now. I’ll be giving this one to Sandra today, so I can show this little table topper to you.
It’s got penguins on it, so I hope she likes it.
I made this tote for my Mum.
I made her one several years ago that she never lets out of her sight. It’s starting to fall apart, so it was time for a new one. It’s fully lined and has 2 large pockets inside which you can divide if you wish.
She loves to gather and hoard so I hope she will be willing to give up her old one.
We had a great time in Vegas – did lots of window shopping, had some great meals, saw a show and walked for miles and miles. We also managed to play the slots too!
We stayed at The Venetian and had a beautiful suite on the 27th floor. Our room overlooked the Wynn golf course right next door.
Since Vegas is a city full of bling, I brought my own bling along with me. I purchased this little wallet in Houston last year and embellished it with crystals. It was so much easier than dragging my large bag around with me.
Of course, it couldn’t compare to these gorgeous Judith Leiber purses we saw!!!!
The one we priced was $4,295 – a real bargain!!!
Everything was decorated for Christmas and was so pretty.
We saw so many to die for shoes, but these were my favourite.
Then we get to the food! I wanted to try one of these, but never did have the opportunity.
I’ll share the rest of my pictures another day – don’t want to bore you all at once!