Christmas Scramble Bag

A couple of years ago I started this tradition. I have 3 granddaughters and I made 4 sets of matching mitts, toques and scarves. I dumped them of the floor for each to choose one - their mother took the 4th.
I have continued this practice each year, doing those small Items in yarns that appeal to me and I have added pencil thrumm to the mitts.
There are dressy scarves, long wool scarves, toques, neck warmers and moebius cowls. I scour the internet for patterns and the shops for yarn. It’s fun since every item can be knitted so quickly. And they (now 5) enjoy the scramble.
DorisMcL:knitting: :knitting: http://www.knittinghelp.com/forum/images/smilies/knitting.gif

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That sounds like a fun idea!

I will be doing something similar for the 8 employees who report to me - making a bunch of identical things in different colors and letting them choose their favorite colors.

Great idea for your granddaughters. :thumbsup:

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What in the world is a toque?? :?? (I feel like an idiot.)

Canadian for HAT :slight_smile:

Awww don’t feel bad.

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