Sunday, October 16, 2011

This little cap is made from #5 yarn and using single, double and half-double stitches. I threw a pin to give it a little jazz.

This was a test and turned out to be a small lap blanket. It is actually made from yarn that you would normally use for dish cloths. I loved the color so much I had to play with. It is made up from single, double and triple crochet; half-double and popcorn stitches. The yarn is Sugar'n'Cream Stripes, called Natural Stripe. It is easy to handle and I recommend it for a beginner.

This is a door stopper I made. I just threw it together with some scraps. She is a little girl with braids and hat. My granddaughter calls her a snowman.

This is a granny square, which can be made into a shawl or blanket. It is basically made in the round. It consist of chain, double crochet and slip stitch. I just love the cream color yarn.

I actually made this hat and scarf over two years ago and had put them away. I would like to find the pattern because they were so easy. The hat consist mostly of a half-double crochet with variation of single and double crochet. The scarf was a pattern that I found on the yarn wrapper of Caaon Simply Soft yarn. It consist of a shell pattern.
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LET'S BLOG about it. I would love to generate more interest. I have been crocheting off and on for years. Mostly I would get frustrated because I could not completely figure out a pattern. I recently have done so much better and have even completed a few items, one was a shawl that I presented as a birthday gift.

So, let me know if we could make this work. Stop by and join as a member and I will be in touch.  Post an email or blog site that you have.  I am over a Facebook as well.  Search for Sandy Davison and post a message.