We just had our second annual scarf/hat/blanket sale for KKPSI.
We upped the prices a bit because 8 dollars for a hat, that took at least 3 dollars to buy the materials and 3 hours to make it, just didnt seem like enough.
Last year we made $422, and this year, while we sold less, we broke even and made 4o more than last year!
So it was a pretty good sale, we even made it into the newspaper at school!
I also was elected to be treasurer for KKPSI so I brought up the idea of having another sale right after Christmas vacation in a different building on campus, instead of Doudna, (Fine Arts Building) just because we don't get different varieties of people coming through the fine arts building
But now for an update on some of the new scarves, hats, etc.
A hat I made for Pats sister, Colleen. Well for her to give to a friend who had a baby.
The blanket I made to go along with it, well this is what she asked me to make for her friend and I added the hat. Confused yet?
It's a log cabin baby blanket, the colors are a little off, more almost easter looking than this is showing, but its soft and didnt take too long to make.
Matching scarf and hat made with a type of mohair that I can't remember for the life of me.
The matching hat!
matching hat and scarf, with a horizontal ribbing, Took forever to finish though, because I was using my new bloodwood 10.5 knitting needles, and I didn't want to break them, so it wasn't a project i carried around with me. The hat that matches!
Sharon called dibs on this hat as soon as I finished it! Seed stitch at the bottem, really simple.