At the moment I'm in love with upcycled cotton shirts. As a pattern for a simple skirt, I just cut out widening strips of different fabric and then sewed ten of them together into a tube. For the waistband, I added an adult mock turtleneck, and after cutting the length, I went around the bottom with a zigzag stitch.
(Dear Santa, I could really use a serger to finish the seams more nicely).
A doll for a child in the making.
This felt dragon comes from the latest issue of Living Crafts magazine and will become a sweet stuffed animal for our youngest cousin.
The beginnings of the "Men's Rustic Scarf" from Last- Minute Knitted Gifts. Instead of chunky wool I used this luscious Plymouth Yarn Mushishi in worsted weight, which knits up very nicely and is super soft. There are some beautiful colorways in this, but I stuck with a basic black/white/gray for this project.