About MeI am a daughter, sister, wife and aunt who has always loved a good yarn.
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Yesterday, I finished my first piece of crocheted clothing! I am ridiculously excited about it. I mean I was positively giddy this morning, trying to decide what to wear with my new shrug! That’s one of the things I love … Continue reading
At last! After beginning the quest to crochet stockings for all of my family members in 2005, I finished the last two stockings in time for our celebration of Christmas 2011. I am so excited to have this project finished! … Continue reading
About four years ago (or halfway through my Christmas stocking project), I swore said to myself that when I was finished, I would never make a granny square afghan. You see, each stocking requires thirteen squares, which means crocheting well … Continue reading
I have one less Work In Progress now. I finished my niece’s birthday present! I made the coin purse and the kerchief with Caron Spa, a light weight (3) acrylic and bamboo blend with a wonderfully silky texture. (I really … Continue reading
In my last post I mentioned Crochet Spot. I don’t remember how I got to this website. I think I was looking for light or lacy scarf patterns to make a summer scarf. I know, I know–most people don’t consider … Continue reading