Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Two More Blankets for Fisher House

The browns and blues turned out bigger than I thought it would. It can cover a twin bed...LOL! The Round Ripple is about 42 inches across and suitable for either a lapghan or a child.

Friday, August 21, 2009

My Furbabies

Just wanted to post these pics. Susie (the smallish GSD) just turned 11 years old this month. She has different health issues, but nothing major, tg, thanks to great medical care from her vet. Sparkie, the big, dark "moose", will be 4 years old in December. They love their rawhide bones, which are treats only given to them when we sit outside too.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

46 inch Round Ripple

This is going to Fisher House at Ft. Bragg, NC, where families stay while their military family member is being treated at the hospital there.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Another Set of Potholders

Again, strictly decorative, since they're made of acrylic. They could, however, probably be used on a table as a trivet for something that isn't straight off the stove (but using the plain back to be safe).

Saturday, August 8, 2009

8 inch square

I made this for a swap. It's square pattern #65 from the book 101 Crochet Squares by Jean Leinhauser.
I used a G hook; colors are: Coffee Brown, Cornmeal, Woodsy (variegated). All are Red Heart Super Saver yarn. The only deviation I made from the pattern was to change the color sequence at the end and make the last round HDC instead of SC, to get it to size.

Friday, August 7, 2009


I made this for a swap. The pattern can be found here: http://macrochet.blogspot.com/2008/10/free-crochet-dishcloth-pattern.html

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Finished projects

THe scarf (in Baltimore Raven colors) is for the HAP Bazaar, a fundraiser.
The potholders are an early Christmas gift I made.

scarf for HAP bazaar
Pot Holders - a gift
Alpaca scarf