Or rather, the back side of my cross stitch. Cheeky!
Not very neat, but not too bad.
I always like seeing the “wrong” side of things; inside knitted items, behind curtains, secret rooms. I often think those things are very interesting and can often tell you a lot about how things work or how they are put together.
While I was stitching this flower bookmark I noticed one portion of it looked a bit like an anatomical heart. What do you think?
In knitting news, here’s where I’m up to on the mystery hat;
That’s a whole lotta hat. In fact, I’m pretty sure I’m going to run out of yarn before I’ve finished the decreases. I may have to rip out to before the crown shaping and take some of the length out of it. Stay tuned for how this thrilling event pans out!
I realised after I’d posted that I should have given a “spoilers” warning yesterday. Some people get rather animated when it comes to mystery knit alongs. I am not one of those people! So, consider yourselves warned!
The pink tube is the brim for the hat. The two blue-green bits are the (re)start of Cria (hint: I didn’t read the pattern properly) and the green wotsit is the mystery sock.
Hopefully I should have quite a few finished object posts coming up. I just need to edit a metric tonne of photos. Here’s hoping I can keep fighting this cold.