Saturday, December 13, 2014

Wrap and Wrap and more Wrap

 I'm knitting myself a Reader's wrap. 
I'm using Loops & Threads Charisma acrylic yarn. 
It is very soft. 
My own pattern. 
I will be knitting two deep pockets on each end. 
Pockets are new to me so I'll let you know how that goes!

 Ingrid and I did a little Christmas card swap. She lives in Belgium. 
Ingrid sent me this lovely knit star for my tree.
I will get another picture of it today, with a flash. 
Isn't this adorable wrap? 
I love it.  I wish I could find kitten wrap too.
Do you wrap with foil? With Paper?
Don't you love a bag for wrap?  I do!

Time to turn on some carols. 
I'm planning to watch the Nutcracker tonight!

(and a new post is up at 


Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

A Christmas card swap is a lovely idea. I like to use plain paper or actual fabric/cloths for wrapping. And I recycle every bag and bow that comes my way. :) Best wishes, Tammy

Katherine said...

Love the pup wrap and the pocket wrap. I would be using that wrap for more than just reading! I always need a pocket.

I'm a bag person and I just came from the kitchen, where I can spread out on the island and bag, bag, bag. It's so tiring that I had to sit down and check the blogs while I rest. At least I use pretty bags and tie big, pretty bows on each gift. Still, it's the lazy way to wrap!

Nancy said...

The pocket is easy - just pick up stitches on the front of the wrap and knit away. There's no guessing then where to place it, and you only have to seam the sides. ;o)

Patty said...

Dog paper! Yes!!! And please post an FO I want to see the pockets!

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Caffeine Girl said...

A readers wrap? I'm looking forward to seeing what that is!

Dee said...

Me too ---- a Reader's Wrap? Sounds intriguing!

Yes, that IS adorable paper and I'm sure if you GOOGLE you can find some cute kitty wrap too.

Ingrid K. said...

Hi Kathy! Nice to see my little crochet star made it all the way to your place on the other side of the world! :)
Happy knitting!
Ingrid xx

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