Hello! I am glad you stopped by to visit!
I have a few things to share with you today.
First off I am going to start with the project I just finished.
This is a bunting with my niece's name.
It's just a simple triangle in dc, with a sc border to attach them together.
Surface crochet is how I made the letters.
I plan to add little pom-poms at the beginning and end.
Almost finished! It turned out really cute once I got the spacing of the letters to match. It's harder than it looks. This is the first time I have ever done surface crochet. It was fairly easy once I got the hang of it.
The pattern came from Pink Milk.
It's an easy tutorial. I took part of hers and added my flair.
Next on the list is the WIP I am working on.
This crochet blanket was a gift to me in pieces. It came in a huge see through plastic garbage bag. It was basically all made, just not put together. I cant imagine making all these flowers and hexys and not putting them together.
I couldn't find the pattern anywhere. I did find a quilt in the same pattern and was going to go by that but I decided to ask on the blog and ravelry to see if anyone knew what the crochet pattern was called. To my surprise I got several responses. I finally found the pattern. This is the picture of the blanket made (not mine).
It's really pretty although my colors are different.
Here is another look....
I think it's beautiful.
Here are my bits and pieces.
This is what I have put together so far.
Now I have to attach the white hexy's to the flowers.
Whoever started this blanket made all the flowers in random colors. I have 12 more flowers with 12 white hexy's around. All the flowers have yellow centers.
I have a lot of whip stitching to do.
I have a queen sized bed and its going to cover it nicely.
Its thick and is going to be very warm.
I wish I knew who started it so I could say thank you!
I have one more thing to share with you today.
Its not crochet but its so darn cute I had to show you.
Her name is Jezzy...
and I don't know how she went to sleep like this but she did.
Isn't she cute. She is my partner in yarny things. She thinks she is helping.
I am still working on the sampler blanket. I have 8 squares now. Only 12 more to go!
This is just a quick post to share with you today.
I hope you liked all I have going on.
It's hard to concentrate when I have chemo, and all the things that go along with cancer but I am doing it slowly and I am proud that I got all my other WIP'S done.
What's on your hook?
Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!
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