It is finally done! In January I cast on what I was calling my Hagrid's Home Blanket. Called that due to the colors. I found Caron Sprinkle Cakes (color Pecan Fudge) at Michaels on sale for $3.00/skein so I purchased 5 skeins to make a nice weight afghan. This has been my "while I watch … Continue reading Hagrid’s Home Blanket
I really....really want to start making Joji Locatelli's The Easy Bulky One. I purchased the pattern and yarn for this a while ago. However, I am trying to be good and finish some WIPS before I start a new project (or else these WIPS will stay WIPS forever). First up, my Hagrid's Home Blanket. I was … Continue reading WIPS
A while back, I made a flannel quilt top for my husband. I had been promising him a blanket (quilt, crochet or knit) for so long, and this year I finally did it. I used Maywood Studio's Woolies Flannel Neutral 2.5" strips, which I purchased from Missouri Star Quilt Co. The pattern is a simple … Continue reading Flannel Quilt
A while back, a friend gave me a bag of scrap fabric. Miss ME and I pieced together a jelly roll quilt top from that. Miss ME was a big help! I then used scrap fabric from my stash to make a quilt back. Yesterday, I did the quilting. Honestly, I didn't worry about the … Continue reading Scrap Quilt Complete!
This weeks project has been adding to my Charlotte afghan. At this point, I am choosing stitches as each row begins. I am loving how it is growing. My daughter, Miss ME, loves it too and keeps asking if she can have it when I am done. This week, I am almost done with my … Continue reading Yarning Along with Charlotte
For a long time, I have been writing that I am going to make my husband a blanket. I've started a crochet one... I started another crochet one.... I have yet to finish either one. For his birthday this year (a biggie-50!), we bought him a nice, comfy leather recliner. So I searched online for … Continue reading Cozy Flannel
I had originally intended this Charlotte to be a baby blanket. However, since I am taking my sweet time making this, it is now going to be a blanket for my family. Charlotte is such a pretty square! At the end of Part 3, the square is 18inX18in. Although I love the look of continuing … Continue reading Charlotte Part 3