First up is a black dragon egg inspired by the HBO show "Game of Thrones"... which is in turn inspired by the book series with the same name. I still have one more egg to crochet and then I'll have a complete set. Then I'll find some sort of container to put the eggs in.
Next up... baseball mitts in the colours of the New York Mets. The yarn and pattern was gifted to me during a Slytherin swap. I ended up going down one needle size to achieve gauge. I also changed the lace pattern on the right mitt so the laces would mirror each other. It wasn't that difficult. I just had to pay attention.
For the most part only Ravelry crafts (knitting, crochet, weaving, spinning, and dyeing yarn) are acceptable. But sometimes the classes are setup for other crafts. So for one class I made was a sewn project bag. I still need to work on my zipper sewing skills but this one came out fairly well. It's large enough to hold a cake of sock yarn. This looks like another project I can make for sale since it doesn't take long to sew up. If you don't have a Facebook account then just leave her a message and she will email the pattern to you. That's how I got it.
And last but not least... this hat was knitted during the last few days of the month. It went fairly quickly for fair isle knitting and I probably could have done it in a day if I had started earlier and there were fewer distractions. I will be knitting one similar to this one but in different colours soon. I already have it charted out and just have to start it.
So, yes, it's been a productive month craft wise. I've already looked at the class prompts for February and have a few ideas brewing in the noggin. So until next time...