Last year I decided to start making the Christmas ornaments that I attach to the gifts of my three young nieces who are now 7, 6 and 4 years old. I crocheted an Amigurumi Santa ornament last year (see this post) and this year I knitted Christmas trees. These were a little bigger than I thought they would be although the size does match what's listed in the pattern. The pattern from Yarnspirations is here. I made three of these and the only problem I encountered was the best way to sew the back and front of the tree together. The pattern isn't very specific so I used the main color of yarn and a large smooth pointed silver needle to whip around the edges. I don't think that's how it was done for the ones in the picture of the pattern but that's what I did. I would have preferred for the edges to look a little neater but wasn't sure how to do that unless I used an actual needle and thread to sew them up. Oh well, here's a pic of one of them -- all done!
My other bit of news is that my recording of The Ladies' Paradise by Emile Zola is now in post-production and should be for sale on Audible soon. This is the book that the PBS Masterpiece Classic series "The Paradise" was based on. I'll post here when it's officially for sale.