A Quick Update


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If you've followed this blog from the beginning, you know that I've been participating in a traveling scarf project and haven't mentioned it lately. Reason being, the scarves were a bit delayed coming from overseas so I've been scarfless for about 2 or 3 months now. So recently I was told that I would get the next scarf eventhough it meant skipping someone while we waited for those scarves to arrive. Well, you know what happened today....I got all three scarves!!! lol They are all so beautiful that I had to just look at them and admire them for their beauty and for amazing craftmanship. I wish that I could show you them, but there are some readers who are participating in this project with me and I don't want to spoil it. I will, however, take pictures and post them later when the scarves have arrived to their owners.

Other news...I was told that today was the day that I need to pick up those crafting supplies from my friend whose mother-in-law is suffering from Altzheimer's. I will be taking someone with me to help sort if necessary and will be sure to post pictures of that soon.

One of my Flickr buddies sent me a pattern for crocheted gloves since I could not find any. That is one of those odd requests that I look forward to tackling. And, if anyone has a quick lapghan pattern that makes big stitches I would love to see it. The last lapghan used those posts and clusters and so it grew quickly but ate up a lot of yarn. Help me, please.

Last but certainly not least, I have one more beanie to complete - a red and white one. I look forward to completing that project this evening when I return and calling it a day!

3 comments:

  1. I was wondering about the travelling scarf. Well, fortunately you're almost done with the beanies and have enought time to work on all three scarves!

    The only quick pattern I can suggest is a big granny. Other stitches usually need more yarn but 'plain' dc & ch are the cheapest ;-)

    If you don't want to make a big granny, what about a net lapghan? You can use any image you like and it's made with dc & ch only.

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  2. I agree with Alhana, a big granny is the easiest, but you could also make a V stitch one, that would also be pretty quick.

    I can't believe you are already on the last beanie, you go girl!

    Please post the pictures of the scarves when you can, I am sure curious!

    :o)

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  3. http://www.lionbrand.com/yarnCare.html
    Sorry about that I am so over tired.

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