Made for the charity Project Linus, granny patterns are great for destashing acrylic yarn, which is what the charity prefers.
Dropping this "big kid" blanket in cheerful colors off to Project Linus. Loved working on it. Hope it's a comfort.🧡💙💚💛
There's a great sense of accomplishment when you see a pattern, and can manage it without buying the supplies. It almost justifies the yarn hoarding you've been doing all this time. Almost. A close up. This is my version of the Fields of Clover Afghan from Premier Yarns. Modified slightly to accommodate my acrylic stash,… Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day afghan
This was a fun little blanket made from Lion Brand Heartland yarns. LOVE the colors this new yarn offers and it fluffs quite a bit after the first washing/drying. The motifs are a free pattern download found here.
My sister has become a photographer, so I'm trying to make sure she has some prop hats for the newborns. So far we have these ..... (click here for my ravelry projects for patterns and yarn details) A stocking hat with interchangeable pompoms.... Save
We just returned from a bus tour and family visit in Ireland. People ask where we went, and it's more like, where didn't we go? First there was some gift making for the family we would visit... Hats and cowls for the adults: Hackey Sacks for the kiddies: Then we parted on a short flight… Continue reading Ireland in the summer
A new flower baby blanket for my Etsy shop....
Recently, a friend asked if I would make a blanket for a "Black & White themed baby room, but with a touch of orange" and then make a "pumpkin sack and cap" for this new little sweetie pie. Here are the finished pieces...
I finished it and it sure did eat a LOT of wool! Made with acrylic yarns leftover from other projects. Somehow, I had a whole rainbow but for the lime green, they were all in my yarn tub.
I make these when I drive - YEP - You read that correctly. BUT not when I'm moving, just at traffic lights, train crossings, bridge openings, lunch breaks or just as a passenger when someone else is driving. They're made with washable, dryable easy care yarn and are so soft. They are currently for sale… Continue reading Woohoo for Baby Blankets