Friday, February 06, 2015

Elder Granny Shawl

Finally finished a shawl for the Elders.  It's from donated squares from the ladies at NAS and a few of my squares.    Finished width was 22", finished length 76".    Big, but enough to wrap around a larger person if need be.   Also can be doubled up for a lap blanket.
Next time I will add an extra row of granny squares and less on the length.



Tuesday, February 03, 2015

February Projects

I've stopped accepting and assembling squares for the Native American Support Group.   In the beginning I had received lots and lots of squares to assemble lots of blankets.   The past year, I have not received enough to make a full blanket and I would end up making half the squares for a blanket.
It was fun, it was a joy but I'm not getting any younger and certainly I'm not getting any richer to afford postage - lol!
With the few squares I do have left, I think I will turn them into a shawl for the elders.
Here is one I am working on right now.  Half of the squares were crocheted by me.  And I am using sc, ch 1 joining method.



Now on to a large afghan I am making for myself, maybe...  Usually these get claimed by family before the last row is done!
This was supposed to be The Ribbon Blanket but I've messed up the pattern and done about 12" before I realized that.  Not going to rip out - I'll just keep it this way and it will be the UN-Ribbon Blanket!



Finally my little carry-along projects.   Magic Square potholders and knit scrap hats.  



Friday, January 23, 2015

This is an afghan I assembled from donated squares for the Native American Support Group on Yahoo.   It was mailed in Sept of 2014.

Tuesday, December 02, 2014





Inspiration for a blanket!

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Quilt Books



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Monday, November 17, 2014

A Collection of Christmas Gifts

What I have been working on for Christmas 2014 
These projects are on Ravelry