Author Archives: ToHeatherWithLove
I’m still focusing on “yarn busting,” before I buy anymore new yarn. I bought the candy corn colors years ago and I still cannot remember what my original intent was. So far though, I’ve made a few place mats and … Continue reading
This rug was a major yarn-buster. Although, there were a few rows that I was limping to the end trying not to run out of one color/yarn before being forced to move on to another skein. I like getting rid … Continue reading
My crocheting has an extra enjoyability factor when I know I’m using up yarn that has been unused for some time. Recently, I’ve finished my 2nd rug using yarn I had already. The weird thing is when I go and … Continue reading
I have had this pamphlet since working at Dillards in 1994. Now, I am sharing it with you, and putting the hard copy in the recyclable bin.
Lion Brand yarns, Homespun: 98% Acrylic 2% Polyester Herb Garden and Saffron. Measures 9″ wide and 60″ all the way round. I made this scarf in these colors to encourage the thought of pumpkins.
I had fun making this bulky pixie pink infinity scarf. As a child, I enjoyed putting fringe on things. Yet, for some reason I don’t remember the task taking so long. I think I’ve grown impatient with age. I used … Continue reading
I made this little 36” round rug to put on the floor by my bed. I wanted a project that would get rid of some of the yarn that I’ve had for some time. The skeins used for this rug … Continue reading
It’s plastic. It’s somewhat sturdy. It has the product name EKCO on it, which one can infer means it has something to do in the kitchen. Notice the little dots/points are shaped like a diamond. There are grooves at the … Continue reading
Troy loves to lay his head on a four inch head band that I crocheted out of Lion Brand Homespun® Yarn, color Montana Sky. Doesn’t he look so comfortable and adorable?