Saturday, December 19, 2015

THE LAST OF THE STOCKING STUFFERS

I know i'm not alone in saying this, but does Christmas come a little earlier every year?  Perhaps it's only been 11 months since the last one.........

I am nearly finished my knitting for the stockings.  The boys didn't get anything knitted, but all the girls and babies have a little something from me.


This Walking Rib Muffler was a really relaxing knit.


The pin was purchased locally and is by 2 Good Claymates.  The pattern gives this such a nice texture


Sunday, I'm being featured over at Made in Home.  Pop over and have a look if you like : )

Merry Christmas to you and yours and thanks for all the kind comments over this past year.
Looking forward to 2016!

22 comments:

Patchwork and Play said...

The muffler is such a wonderful colour! I am sure all the recipients will love their gifts!

Karen S said...

You have a lovely collection of gifts that you have made. How lucky is everyone who will receive them!!

Kim said...

Lovely woolly stocking fillers, Carla. The pin on that pretty muffler is lovely; it looks a treat sitting atop that colour wool. Happy Christmas, have the best time celebrating with your burgeoning family. =)

Jayne said...

Christmas does come earlier every year! We know it's coming, but there are always those last minute 'things' we need to make! I love your socks, toasty toes are the best!

grafovna said...

Those are fantastic gifts! What yarn did you use for your muffler? I love that deep berry color.

Karen said...

Merry Christmas Carla, enjoy your time with your family!

FVITH said...

That muffler looks great, and the pin really sets it off.

Sarah said...

I completely agree - Christmas 2014 was just about 10 or 11 months ago...not nearly enough time to get ready for 2015. You've made many lovely gifts and I'm sure the gals and babes will really appreciate their cozy toes and heads :) Merry Christmas and I guess now we better start prepping for Christmas 2016 since it's just around the corner...

Soma @ whimsandfancies.com said...

You always make such lovely knitted items. That is a lovely pin, a perfect match for the muffler.

-Soma

Dawn Hughes said...

They all are wonderful, especially the muffler, beautiful colours. Lucky girls and grand babies....
Have a Very Merry Christmas with all your beautiful family!

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

You have made some beautiful and useful hand made gifts. I love the colours you have chosen too.

Janine said...

So beautiful. The girls and babies are extremely lucky to have such lovely gifts :) Merry Christmas :)

Archie the wonder dog said...

Walking rib looks like a lovely stitch pattern!

Anne / Springleaf Studios said...

Beautiful knitting. Love that purple color. Merry Merry Christmas Carla.

2 Good Claymates said...

Looks like you have been busy with all that knitting! You made some beautiful things which I am sure will all be appreciated! Love the scarf -- such a rich color and the shawl pin looks good on it! Nice choice! Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and all the best in the New Year!

Carolyn and Dave

rachel said...

YES Christmas does come earlier every year! I am sure of it!!!! :P You made some good stuff! What lucky recipients! xxoo

Lisa in Port Hope said...

Such a nice way of giving a knitted hug. I agree, Christmas comes too fast and doesn't last long enough.

Rebecca said...

You're Christmas knitting is beautiful. I especially love the socks- they are all so classic and beautiful!

Christine @ 12,450miles said...

I swear we lose a week every year... I don't know how, but Christmas really does arrive sooner every year! These are gorgeous! Next year I'm hoping to gift (at birthdays so it's spread out) something homemade for everyone in the family!

Christine @ 12,450miles said...

(Oh, and I loved the feature on the other blog!)

Julie Crawford said...

beautiful knits, and I adore these teeny tiny baby sock.

NickiJ said...

I hope you and your wonderful family had a beautiful Christmas and all the girls enjoyed getting their delightful socks! Thanks for all the treasures you have blogged and stitched in 2015. Bring on 2016!