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  1. Hello crochet friends I really love this pattern and its great for using up left over balls of yarn, Looks great in thin or thick stripes Here is the written pattern http://www.bobwilson123.org/afghans--granny-squares.html I hope you enjoy this pattern as much as I did making it
  2. I made this as a hostess gift for my cousin. There are more photos at this blog post.
  3. I made myself a basket to organize my winter gear, and my husband asked for one for his, so here it is! (along with a blog post that includes a side shot) http://www.crochetbug.com/a-panoply-of-neutrals/
  4. I have made two more bags to give to two women who run a board and care where my cousins have lived for years. These women are absolutely amazing, and I cannot say enough good things about them. They are 110% crochet worthy, so I made two of these bags for them as a way to say thank you for all that they have done through the years. One of my cousins recently passed, and the other has cancer. Through it all they have been at their side and treat my cousins as if they were family. These are extraordinary people, and I hope I have achieved making them each an extraordinary bag. Here is a blog post with a couple of pictures of the smaller one all on its own.
  5. Here is my bag for summer, and here is a link a blog post that includes more photos:
  6. These are delightfully fun to make, you can use a lot of colors, or two or three, very fun to do, they work up quickly, and before you know it, you are finished! and plus they are soooo useful in the colder weather too!! best of all, there are no ends to weave in, as you incorporate the longer ends you leave, into the fringe!! Yay! I have made four so far, the mostly blue one, is for a younger person, school age child, Im guessing, the two multi colored ones, are for adults, (women, Im sure, men don't do fringe, ha ha) and the grey and charcoal one is , yep, you guess it, MINE, lol Thanks for looking, I will be making more over the weeks before donation to shelter time rolls around, Hope you like them too!!
  7. Hello crochet friends, this pattern is great to use for a scarf, but it can also be used to make an blanket All the information you need t make it different sizes is included in the video and written pattern Another great thing about this pattern it is great to use up left over balls / skeins on yarn My written pattern is located on my website ----> http://www.bobwilson123.org/afghans--granny-squares.html
  8. Good Morning, Everyone ~ and Happy Friday! I am wondering if there is any interest in some of my leftover yarn. I have a box that measures 12"Lx16"Wx12"H. It's stuffed full of cotton and sport weight yarn. Much of it is balls and partial skeins; but there's also quite a few full skeins that I hope you would enjoy. If you are interested, please let me know and I will offer it to the first person who either replies to this thread or PM's me. * Please kindly note that I am paying the shipping, so regretfully I can only do so to the contiguous United States. Thanks! And have a wonderful weekend! ~~~~~ UPDATE 04/11/2014 11:00 AM The yarn has a good home now!... Thank you for your interest!
  9. I made a hat for my cousin and I really thought it needed a cowl to go with it. Now it has one. Here is the blog post about it (with more photos) and here is the cowl: http://www.crochetbug.com/i-work-on-a-striped-mobius-cowl/
  10. I made this using Jenna Wingate's amazing tutorial/pattern. I chose colors that would coordinate with a cookie poncho I made for a friend's granddaughter. Here is my blog post (includes two in-process photos), and here is a photo of the finished piece:
  11. After making just about every scrap afghan there is I am, once again, overun with scraps! I decided to try my hand at making 6 and 12 inch squares per how much of each color I have. I want to make the squares and crochet a main color around each before assembly. I first went online and made two folders on my desktop for storing 6" and 12" patterns. This part went very well and then I began........... I know sometimes you have to add or subtract rows to make things work out but I never thought all of my patterns would seem like a "non fit" My 12 looks good for adding a row but the first couple 6 patterns ............one looks bad because I stopped at a bad point in the pattern and the other seems like just too many added on rows. I wouldn't think it could be so complicated but is there any tips or full patterns that may work better for what I am thinking? I thought random squares would be challenging and a fun way to use up scraps. Hope you can understand my point in this. Maybe I should just make one million granny's daughters and find a charity to donate them to. lol Thanks for any suggestions, help, or patterns.
  12. Used up some but not all of my yarn!
  13. Using the free Lion Brand Groovy Granny Poncho (pattern #40433), and 5.0 mm hook, and a lot of Red Heart Super Saver yarn scraps, I made myself this poncho. I don't know why I felt such a desperate need to make one, but now it's done. You can read the last installment of this adventure (and see additional photos) here.
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