Thursday, November 10, 2011

Win this Simplicity Boye Electric Yarn Ball Winder!


I just learned about this give-away…so enter to win!!


This is a crochet must have…it will keep your yarn from getting tangled and its good to have to organize your yarn to save some space wherever you keep your stash at!!


Simplicity Boye Electric Yarn Ball Winder!

Monday, July 4, 2011

Catching up…latest crocheting work



This is the Daisy Four-Patch pattern.

I made this for my family reunion that was on July 2nd. We gave it away as a door prize. My uncle’s girlfriend, Mary Helen had the idea to put marbles in a jar and the family members had to guess how many were in there and the person that got to closest got to take the afghan home. It was such a good idea and a big hit…everyone enjoyed it and anticipated the winner.

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And the winner is my beloved Aunt Sharon. She only missed the count by 2. She was thrilled!!

Another project that I have recently finished is a cuddle sack for a baby…its my first one and I love it!! I loved doing it, although I’m in fear that it may be to narrow for a baby, guess I’ll have to wait and see…and if it is I’ll know to adjust the pattern some for the next one I’ll make, here’s a picture of it…


I have 3 more projects that I’m working on at the moment also and 2 of those should be done very soon, so I’ll post them ASAP.

by the way…


God Bless this country and all of those that live in it!!



Monday, April 4, 2011

Alex’s Bearghan



I finished anther bearghan…this one is for my God-son, Alex (4 yrs old)

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

110 Squares for Crochet A Rainbow


Well I’m happy to say that I’ve finished using up a lot of my scrap yarn to make granny squares…in which helped me a lot to clear out some shelf space. You don’t realize how quickly left over yarn can build up…one day you just happen to look at your stash and think “where did all this come from and what am I going to do with it?” LOL

The squares are going to be shipped to Australia very soon. They are for the project that Sarah London created for the victims of the severe flooding in Australia recently…she’s asked for the squares and when she gets them, she’s going to sew them together to make blankets for these people.

So between a friend of mine and me we were able to make 110 squares…




Monday, January 24, 2011

Crochet A Rainbow

Today I'm starting the project 'Crochet A Rainbow' and I'm excited to get started. I don't have a lot of money to be able to donate and I always wanna help when disasters hit. It breaks my heart to see people suffering and losing their homes and everything they own. So when I was informed about this project...well its one thing I know I can do...Crochet!! I have plenty of leftover yarn from previous projects and I'm gonna make as many granny squares I can out of all of that to contribute in the best way that I can.
If you're a crocheter and would like to get more info on how you can help click on the above picture or the 'Crochet A Rainbow' button to the right of my blog.
Thank you to Sarah London for coming up with this idea and sharing it with us and for the job you're going to have sewing all of these squares together as they begin to roll in...LOL

Saturday, January 22, 2011



I’m thrilled that I made my first bearghan and I loved the way it turned out. I saw this pattern here and I wanted to do one. I remembered that I had a request from someone who wanted me to make an afghan for her little girl, so I suggested this one. She chose the colors of pink & brown, and this is what I came up with. I wanted it to resemble a “teddy bear”.