I also have a few ta-dahs to share...
The man's scarf is done and ready to package up and send it on its way. I ended up making this 46-inches long at my mother's request. The person I made this for will not wrap or knot it she told me so not to make very long. I decided to sew a label on and still have to do the same with the two afghans.
Speaking of afghans, my little tester has been helping me out. He had to make sure this one was Dagi approved. *grins* Our little man is growing very old by the day and we are taking each day as it comes with him. He is really having a hard time but at the same time so happy for us to be together. He does not want us to leave him now. And we appreciating his cuddles each day!
I finished the second afghan. I only wish I had taken a photo sooner...like before taking back the left over yarn. I now wish I had added a few rows of the light grey and then a couple extra rows of dark grey to balance it out. *sigh* Still I am happy with this and think the person it is for will like the Indian blanket look.
So now I have almost finished my Elf work for the time being. Not quiet as I still have my workshop open but I am glad that I am well on time this year.
Check out Carole's blog for my One a Day projects.