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  1. So, I am on a mission to cut down my craft supplies stash. Yarn and fabric are my downfalls, especially yarn. When I was sorting through the yarn, I came across the square that makes the center of this throw. I don’t remember why I made it, and of course there wasn’t any matching yarn to be found, so I just grabbed a few skeins of yarn that I hoped wouldn’t clash, and simply crocheted around it in DC. When I ran out of the colored yarn, I finished it with reverse HDC.
  2. I used this pattern for those hats. The bigger ones have an extra increase round. http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/teresa-hat.html There is a hat sizing guide on this site too, so you could even make up your own pattern. I often do the first two rounds of this pattern and then use a different stitch pattern to finish the hat. http://www.bevscountrycottage.com/size-chart.html#hat I have also used this one: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/shell-stitch-preemie-hat-archived and this one: http://www.redheart.com/free-patterns/preemie-hats
  3. Last night I cleaned up my mother in law’s yarn collection. I made a few premie hats out of some of her bits and pieces.
  4. Judy,, the hoodies will be sewn. It’s way faster than crocheting!
  5. I’m back! Hopefully this will be the year that I finish that log cabin afghan. I also got the bright idea of making all 7 of my Grandchildren a zip up hoodie. I even bought the pattern already. I also bought the pattern in both adult men and women sizes. If I finish the grandkids, I want to make them for hubby and my children as well.
  6. I won’t get the log cabin afghan finished for Christmas. I’ve been sick for the past week, and just couldn’t summon up the energy to do anything. I’m working this weekend, so there just isn’t enough time left. Oh well, I bought enough gifts for Dd as it is.....
  7. Thanks Mary Jo and Judy. Mary Jo, I think I will sew rows together as I get squares finished. Then it won’t seem quite so overwhelming at the end.
  8. Hi everyone. I haven’t been around, because I haven’t finished anything except a few charity hats. Well here we are heading into December and guess who decided that a crocheted afghan would be a perfect gift for DD2? That’s right....me....sigh....I don’t know why I do this. I did this last year too. At least I already have several afghans started, (I had 8 blocks out of 25 done on the one I chose to finish), so I’m hoping this is doable. Here is one of the blocks it’s a log cabin afghan, all the blocks are the same I will probably do several at a time, assembly line fashion. Sewing blocks together is not one of my favorite things to do, but I think it will be a great looking afghan. Plus, all yarn is from my stash.
  9. I haven’t checked in here in a month or two. I totally quit crafting for a while, just didn’t feel like it. So many awesome projects have been posted! Now that I have picked my hook back up, I decided that I was going to use up some of my stash. In the past week, I have made two magic potholders and a dishcloth and have used up 3 balls of cotton yarn, plus some odds and ends. Hopefully I am going to keep at it! I usually put some dishcloths in my daughters stockings. This year they will get potholders too. Hopefully the fact that I just used whatever yarn I had available won’t bother them. A third, larger potholder is on my hook. It will finish up 2 more balls of cotton, plus a few tiny balls. (Sadly my cotton yarn box still looks just as full as ever.)
  10. Wow, so many lovely projects. Darski, I have noticed that every once in a while, a post seems to be “saved” to my profile. The next time I post, that random post gets added to whatever else I am posting. It’s happened to me a couple of times recently.
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