Anyway, here they are, 12 of them altogether. I could just do one more and make a very small project bag or I could keep going for a couple of weeks and make it more of a medium size. I think I will do the latter just in case I grow to love it, I can't possibly leave the house with a small bag for all my clobber.
I am also making a little bit of headway with my ginger amineko, it's really fiddly though and hurts my hands a bit so I only work on him in short bursts. He's not for anything in particular and being a cat is happy to be lazy, unlike the sock monkeys who are very resentful if they get left on the piano in a half finished state for a couple of days.
In other news, I have given my kitchen a thorough clean and tidy as part of PCH. It is now the only room in the house I enjoy being in because the rest of the house looks so messy in comparison. It's all good though because it spurs me on to do the rest. I won't do a lot of photos because they are honestly a bit boring but I thought I would show you this gorgeous Russian Doll cup measure, surrounded as it now is with space to be admired. My mother had it in her kitchen and I commented on it so she gave it to me! I made a small effort to refuse but she was having none of it. She says she rarely bakes any more and she wasn't sure why she bought it. I don't know how true this is but I love them and they go perfectly in my kitchen. The chicken was given to me by my oldest friend, it has been all through mobile army life with me and survived intact. It is a Wonder-Chicken.
I'm not sure how I'm going to craftify the kitchen yet but the shelf full of jam jars could certainly do with some crochet magic (no prizes for guessing what I have in mind).
I'm having camera issues at the moment so I apologise for the quality of the photos.
I notice that Carole hasn't yet posted for the Tuesday Tallies but if she does they are, as always, well worth a look.