Holly Jolly Christmas to My Co-workers

Although we were on a budget this holiday season, I wanted to do something special for my co-workers.  We have all worked so hard this year and everyone deserves a little something to know that they are in my thoughts this holiday season. 

I found where someone had made Christmas candy grams with the phrase “Have a Holly Jolly Christmas” and jolly rancher candies — And I knew what my co-workers were getting!!

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas, co-workers!!

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas, co-workers!!

A little washi tape and some candy love!

A little washi tape and some candy love!

FO: Christmas Catnip Lights

Every year, I make some sort of christmas gifts for our cats and for our friends’ cats.  Last year, I made fabric birds.

I found this adorable pattern for knitted Christmas light bulbs – so I gathered up the catnip and my knitting supplies for cute presents for the cats.

In the process of crafting the cat toys

In the process of crafting the cat toys

Three Blue Lights

Three Blue Lights

Three Purple Lights

Three Purple Lights

WG enjoying his christmas light bulb toy

WG enjoying his christmas light bulb toy

Lily enjoying her gift ... and her grooming

Lily enjoying her gift … and her grooming

Ravelry page: Catnip Christmas Lights

Yarn: Caron Symphony in Ocean, Loops & Threads in Lime, and Lion Brand Wool Ease in Royal Purple

Needles: Size 3 dpn

FO: Cover the Five Wood!

A few years ago, I had this brilliant idea to knit a very special man in my life a golf club cover as a silly Christmas gift.  I just hope it makes him smile or laugh a little when he gets it …

Ravelry Project Page: Cover the Five Wood!

Pattern from Purl Bee: Laura’s Loop: Knit Golf Club Covers

Half way finished with the club cover

Half way finished with the club cover

Cover the Five Wood

Cover the Five Wood

Ocean & Gray make a fabulous combination

Ocean & Gray make a fabulous combination

Ta-da!

Ta-da!

FO: Emmalynn’s Fingerless Gloves

One Christmas project done with more to go.

Emma’s Gloves!

A few weeks ago, my friend Ashley was talking about how cool it would be for her daughter Emmalynn to have some fingerless gloves for the cooler weather.  Emma is about 2.5 this year and has some issues with mittens. After a lot of searching for the right pattern, I decided to knit this pattern from While the Water Boils.

I hope that these gloves fit little Emma’s hands.

Ravelry Project Page

Yarn Used:Caron Simply Soft in Plum Wine

Needles Used:Sizes 2, 3, and 4