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|Knitting at Poipu Beach|
|Ms. K catching a serious wave at Brennecke's Beach|
|Raft made of driftwood and coconut fiber found at Lydgate|
|Shaka while snorkeling|
|Rainbows of sunshine in Alakai Swamp|
|Window in the woods|
Here's some projects I completed at the end of last year.
We had been doing more sweaty hot yoga this fall and I was tired of bringing a bag that could not be washed easily, ie. backpack. So we had a bunch of yoga t-shirts that we never wear anymore and I made them in to washable yoga bags. It takes less than 10 minutes to make one and only 1 line of sewing!
Take a T-shirt, cut off the sleeves, and cut off the neck band (cut more if you think you would a larger opening). Turn it inside out and cut off the hemmed bottom. Then uses a simple stitch and sew the bottom closed. If you would like it sturdier you can zig zag or overlock the edges. If you have a serger you could do this in one step. I also like to reinforce the corners. Instant yoga bag to carry towel, extra clothes, and all the sweaty stuff back and can be thrown right into the laundry.
Wool Felt Seasonal Tree
I have been wanting to make this for a while. The goal is to have a wool tree picture that can be changed with the seasons. Ours is still looking like fall as the trees here in Central Texas still have leaves. Winter will be quite easy to make as I will remove the red and gold leaves and place a blanket of snow on the ground and purple mountains.
See the next post about our winter break and holiday :)