Since finishing my large project of “Twinkle” by Jody Pyott, I have been doing odds and ends, cleaning up my WIP list. By far, my favorite finished project has been my Louise hat from Bob’s Burgers. I love this show, so I wanted to make my own version of her hat. I have wire in… Continue reading All the little projects
Pretty sure I have mentioned the baby blanket I have been working on since January. It has been the bane of my existence, especially in the last two months because the lovely lady I was giving it to was due at the beginning of May. The seemingly endless single crochets and popcorn stitches stretched out… Continue reading The Euphoria of a Finished Project
I was gifted a bag of chunky yarn like the Lion Brand Homespun type. None of the skeins have labels so I can’t really determine the weight or brand or color names, but they are very similar to the skeins I have collected over the years. Drawn by an unexplained lust, especially after working… Continue reading Let’s get scrappy!
All of a sudden that line of the song is going through my head. Ah, Sonny and Cher, how you have given me a theme song for my life. Thank you. I am still working diligently on my new baby blanket. It is taking forever. I’m not sure why I constantly think that every pattern… Continue reading And the beat goes on…
I made a baby virus blanket last month for a co-worker. Elephants marched around the edge and I was absolutely tickled with the result. My boss came to me a couple weeks ago and asked me to do the same thing for a baby shower that is coming up this weekend. I was excited, I’m… Continue reading Elephants on my Mind
This is my one week off in between my college classes. I attend Southern New Hampshire online so I have 8 week classes, with one lone week of break between each. Really, if I were to wait until the last day to turn in my final assignments I would only have five days off. I… Continue reading My Week Off
In my first post I shared a photo of a baby virus blanket I was making for a co-worker. It grew in leaps in bounds, as viruses do, and I after three and a half skeins of yarn I created this: I finished it with a simple single crochet border, but my patron had asked… Continue reading Parade around the Virus