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Brenda, that's actually a great idea. We can live on PB...we both like it...lol!

 

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Hi peeps. Well...29 inches by 33 and my baby blanket I made to add to the pile is finished. 

Here's the Praying Hands throw...hubby chose the colors and asked for the cross to be put on it...

NICU donations and another christening blanket.    

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Peanut butter is one of those things that is part of my emergency supply and I keep 2 jars ahead on it.

We're semi-hoarders/mild preppers here. I don't have as much canned food as I did at one time, but the freezers could keep us going for a while and I have a bucket of rice and beans in the basement. It might get boring but I wouldn't go hungry for quite a while.

Things are trucking along slowly here. Lots of people sick but mostly not severely sick. Lots seem to have had covid and lots more sinus infections/colds. It's that time of year with the weather constantly changing from cold to warm. I'm staying in most of the time except for apts, groceries and visiting with just a few friends. I should be getting a lot done, either in the house or crocheting but that's not really happening.

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Hi everyone.  Definitely winter here.  It’s been really cold, and it snows a little pretty much every day. We saw a little sunshine yesterday and today though.  
 

Covid is on the rampage here as well.  We mostly avoid going out unless we have to, although I have been grocery shopping. We probably wouldn’t run out of groceries for at least 3 months.  I keep my pantry and freezer full, but I never buy more than I can store in those two places.  Dh has a bit of a prepper/doomsday mentality and he just feels better if I keep things well stocked.  Plus, since I just bought 25 pounds of bread flour and I have a couple of pounds of yeast, we can always eat bread!  I even have 4 or 5 pounds of butter in the freezer, which I bought for the Christmas baking that I didn’t do.  
 

Judy, more beautiful blankets. You sure get a lot done.  I am working on a WIP that is years old. It’s a patchwork log cabin design.  Sigh….tons of ends to work in and 25 squares to sew together…..not sure where my head was when I started that.  I have 14 squares done and the other 11 squares partly done. 
 

hope you are all doing well. 

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Cindy...you!...a project with ends...??😂🤣

You will feel better when it's done, though. 

I have a lot of nervous energy to expend, which is why I crochet a lot 😉

Winter is definitely here today...sub zero wind chills during the night and it's going to be like that all day. 

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Lattice pattern from Attic24 Sweet Pea pattern. Christening blanket. 

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Just dropping on to see the pretty finishes. Very nice Judy and Diana.  I’m still plugging away on that log cabin Afghan.  I’m sewing the ends in as I go now. It doesn’t seem quite as bad as when I faced a whole pile of squares. Quite always to go still. 

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Baby gift...I had been working on these squares and showed a friend whose niece is having a boy...she loved the squares and the colors. Hobby Lobby "I Love This Yarn" in off white, gray and blue. Indoor lighting is awful...

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