Finished Friday: September 30-October 6th

I just went through the most intense and challenging two weeks of my entire life. I didn’t have much time to do any yarny works, so when I was able to finally get a chance I knew I needed something quick and satisfying!  My one and only finished Friday project for this week is the…

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Skip to My Lou Blanket

I had absolutely zero idea as to what I was going to do with this yarn. I found it in an A.C. Moore while on vacation back home in NY and scooped it right up. It never had an intended purpose, I just got it while I had the chance…you know how it goes!  This…

Homespun Peep Hole Chevron Afghan

Ah Lion Brand Homespun, how I love your texture, your colors, and your soft fuzziness. What I don’t love, however, is your ability to wash out most of the patterns I’ve ever tried you with…at least until now!!  I have a bunch of Homespun yarn that was gifted to me by a friend and by…

Finished Friday: July 1st-7th

Have you ever been walking through the yarn aisles and fall in love with all the different and gorgeous variegated yarns? Happens to me all the time! Then, when I go to use them, I find myself getting frustrated with them because they seem to wash out any pattern you put them to. So you…

Shooting Arrows Bobble Blanket

It is finally finished! My very first Bobble Blanket, both in execution and design!! I worked on it pretty tirelessly the last several days; the long weekend afforded me extra time, which is always nice! Shooting Arrows Bobble Blanket Materials: J Hook Worsted Weight Yarn (approx 1,800 yards)(Red Heart Super Saver in Real Teal was…

Pocket Full of Posies 

I love springtime! It’s full of pretty flowers, which, in turn, turns into beautiful statements of inspiration! The pretty flowers in my flower box inspired this filet style Baby Blanket!  Pocket Full of Posies  Materials: Approx 1,116 Yards of DK Weight Yarn H Hook Needle Scissors Special Stitches: V-Stitch: (dc, ch 1, dc)in indicated stitch…

Seasons of Lavender Blanket

I’m not usually a fan of working with pieces and having to see them up later, but I made an exception. This pattern started with the yarn purchase; I had no idea what I was going to do with said yarn, but I couldn’t pass on it! It took several days taking pen to paper…