Monday, 8 October 2018

More Potter mug rugs and some knitting

After finishing the four mug rugs I still felt like doing more, and chose the Quill that writes the invitation letters to Hogwarts school

and the Mirror of Erised.

The whole set once more.

Next week is the Night of the Homeless, and beanies, mittens and socks are collected to be donated. I knitted this set in an average men's size and will take them today to the Flying Mitten, one of the places where donations are collected.

This Aviatrix  hat is one of my favourite patterns and the striped beanies in my last post are made with the leftover pink from this project. I just forgot to take this picture for that post.

This pair of socks is once again inspired by some odd little rests from other projects, and the usual thing happened: there was not enough yarn in one colour, so I bought some more ...

This morning the rain water in our little pond was frozen. Mr K. had already taken the pump in for the winter and emptied the pond, but leaves are falling and rain water gathers there. It will be cleaned again in the Spring.

The rowan tree in our garden has the most beautiful colours this year.


  1. Love your HP mug rugs! You did a great job.
    Also love your knitted donations. The little pink cap is lovely. What is the redish plant in that picture? If it grows there it would grow here.

  2. Fabulous set of HP mug rugs..
    It's great you have knitted some lovely warm socks, mittens and beanie for the homeless.

    Love the cute pink hat also the stripped socks.

    Pretty Autumn colours in the garden.

  3. Very fun mug rugs. I'm late in reading this post but I hope Night of the Homeless was a success. As always, you're so generous with your time and talent. :o) I love this time of year. The rowan tree is beautiful.


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