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Sunday, September 12, 2010

Free Yarn~What Do You Do With It?

Do you remember when I told you about all the free crocheting stuff I had been given?






To date, I have made a baby boy blanket



a yellow fuzzy baby blanket


and this one here is my newest edition--yellow and green baby blanket.




I am having a ball teaching myself how to crochet using You Tube videos. In fact, I am now working on Kayla's Christmas present or one of them that she has asked me to make her. She wants a throw made in electric blue, lime green, and black. We'll see how that turns out.


What have you been making lately?

16 comments:

EnVii said...

thank you for stopping and by and following .. i am now following you back.. very nice blankets by the way

Nan said...

I usually will start to do make X'Mas present on October by yarn, I often make hat for my baby and my husband.:-)

Chana said...

Gotta love youtube:) I'm here returning your follow! I signed up and my little face didn't show up, but when I went to re-sign up it said I was already following. So if it didn't work, PLEASE let me know and I'll swing back over and try again:)

Ramblings Of A Stay At Home Mom said...

Awesome! I can't do that lol, I have tried!!! I wish I could :)

Tori said...

Lovely blanket :)
I am returning your follow from the blog hop :)
Tori
Feel free to check out my current giveaway - http://thriftytori.blogspot.com/2010/08/so-easy-baby-food-kit-review-and.html

Froggy said...

I'm here following you from PSYCHEDELIC SUNDAYS. Stop by my pad and say hello. If you have an event coming up, be sure to list it on the Blog Event Directory!

Melissa AKA Froggy
A little of this A little of that...
http://darwinsfrg.blogspot.com

Heather said...

Awesome job on the blanket. I started on one for my son, but never finished. I'm not good at the crocheting knitting thing. No matter what I did my blanket just kept getting smaller on one end, and i got frustrated and quit.

But I am happy to say that I made him a beautiful patch quilt. Sewing is really my area of expertise.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today. Following back!


Heather from Mommy Only Has Two Hands!

By Word of Mouth said...

You should read a book called
The Friday Night Knitting Club,
beautifully written!

Hopping over btw :)

Erin Wallace said...

First off, you did a great job on that blanket. The nice thing about crochet (I knit, too) is that it's easy to pick up and you can't screw it up too badly!

I think your newt step are scarves for Christmas or granny squares (lots of great tutorials on granny squares and they are so IN).

I am here for the Sunday blog hops and am following you via google reader. I hope to see you at Dropped Stitches.

xo Erin

droppedstitches72.blogspot.com

Just Married with Coupons said...

Hi there! We are your newest followers from the Psychodelic Sunday blog hop! Hope you will swing by and visit us! Have a great weekend =}

Pink Dandy Chatter said...

Lovely blog!! Thanks for stopping by my blog hop. Have a great week!
http://pinkdandychatter.blogspot.com

The Homespun Loft said...

Hi- I am your newest follower- Hoping you will stop by my blog and return the favor and follow mw too... and see what I am making!

Carol said...

I'm a new follower, will you follow me?
http://songberries.blogspot.com/2010/09/song-for-sundaykeepers-of-his-light.html

KBraden said...

Just stopping by to say thanks for the follow I already follow you! Great projects!

Ashley Pichea said...

I'm looking forward to the cooler temperatures again when I can comfortably sit with my crochet hook in hand. :) I "inherited" my great-grandma's yarn collection a few years back, and last winter I used it all (was mostly odds and ends) to start a "scrap" afghan - lots of beautiful colors and a great way to remember her.

Busy Working Mama said...

What a great blankie! I've been slacking in the knitting and crotech departments. In fact, I have an unfinished blanket I started oh...6 years ago. I really need to get it done!