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
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
I teach a beginner’s crochet class at my local library. Once a week since October I have dutifully gone after work and sat down at a table waiting for someone to join me. I have had one person since the first class, and she is a natural. She second guesses herself constantly, but then I… Continue reading Fulfilling classes
This entire blog has been a Work In Progress for me. For over a year I have struggled with the logistics, with a name, with what exactly I would be able to contribute to the crocheting community at large. Slowly the answers and motivation came to me, the results are here. All except maybe the… Continue reading Just another W.I.P.