Posted: December 30, 2016 in Blanket
Life has been busy, so haven’t posted in a while. I have done plenty of crochet in the meanwhile and I still have WIP (work in progress) going.
This is a lapghan I made for my Momma. Her legs get cold a lot. This will help keep her warm. I could hear the smile on her face over the phone when she received it. She told her husband, “My son made this!” She was so happy. And that just what I was going for. 🙂
The colors didn’t come true in the photos. The blanket is maroon and ecru made in Tunisian Crochet simple stitch.
Posted: October 31, 2016 in Chatter
As you can see I’ve been on a scarf kick. No, I’m not just passing the time. This is a project to be announced. I’m keeping the project to myself and having fun with it. It’s like having a juicy secret! 🙂
Posted: October 31, 2016 in Accessories, Scarf
Here are my two latest scarves – simple, attractive and great for a guy with “traditional” tastes. The one on the left is worked from side to side in back loop only half-double crochets throughout. The one on the right is crocheted from end to end in front loop half double crochets. Both are warm without being stiff and overly bulky.
Posted: October 25, 2016 in Accessories, Scarf, Uncategorized
This one is done in Tunisian crochet with a regular Tunisian crochet hook (not a double-ended hook). It is the same on both sides. Most who do Tunisian crochet don’t know it can be reversible like this.
Posted: October 24, 2016 in Accessories, Scarf
Yes, I’ve been busy making scarves. 🙂 Here are some I’ve made since my last post. (Click on image to enlarge.)
And one more…
Posted: September 28, 2016 in Accessories, Scarf
The pics don’t do its colors justice. This bi-colored accessory is in mustard and dusty brown. I love this color combination! The scarf was super simple crocheted all in back loop half double crochet giving it stretch and bounce.
Posted: September 17, 2016 in Accessories, Chatter, Scarf
Made yet another scarf in the last 24 hours. I’m blocking three of my creations now. They should be dry by midday or so. Pics to come!