Some more about knitting and sewing. Brace yourselves.
So far, I have made the following things for this super exciting sew and knit along.
In the Fabulous Frocks category, I am mid way through a dark grey Coco (what else) with red pockets (to be added, along with a hem).
I accept that it doesn't look fabulous at the moment.
In the Chic Chemises for Cool Climates, I've made a Garter Yoke cardigan in Cascade 220, 2247 Peacock. I have rather a lot of 2247 in the stash, so expect lots of different garments in the same colour.
In the Baby, It's Cold Outside category, I've made Lucy a cowl. The yarn is some white wool that I bought at the Spring Knitting and Stitching Show earlier this year, and Lucy and I dyed it together. We used Wilton's Blue food colouring and Sugarcraft's Grape Violet. It's really easy dyeing yarn with food colouring, and apart from the boiling water, it's pretty safe to do with kids. We used two Pyrex bowls and a whole load of white vinegar.
You can find out more about the Knit and Sew Along here, at the lovely Creative Perfectionist's website. All the knitting, sewing and 1920s fiction you could ever need.