Drum roll please. Perhape even some fireworks .... a job is DONE! I thought before I set off making all sorts of things with my wool 'bits', I had better first determine whether they were in fact 'leftover bits' or wool I still needed for the myriad projects on the go. So first up in the pile of projects, this Christmas Tree skirt.
I know these aren't the traditional holiday colours, but this one shall end up in our turquoise blue living room where at least one of the trees is typically themed in a winter wonderland blue and white fashion.
And, as I am the loving mother of several four legged furries who love to lie beneath the tree, some extra comfort has been worked in. The faux yarn works in really nicely to give a thick texture, and I think the white gives an almost snowy look.
Yup, I think it will work fine. Won't Freddie be excited when it gets spread out full?
Two done ... two to go.... I think at least one of them will have to be red. But can you believe this ... I shall need to buy more wool?
The original pattern for the tree skirt is located at Crochetville.org.