Category Archives: Crochet
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
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
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?
We have a reluctant model here. But, it is a good way to show his before and after haircut. Jacques was beginning to look like Shaggy. Ashton says he wants to keep his hair longer. I asked him if he … Continue reading