I got blue ribbons on everything. I am so proud!
|Girl's Christmas Ornament Exchange|
My cousin Liz's daughter Michelle wanted a purple and green afghan. So I crocheted 9 different granny squares. Well, actually 8. Katie, my sister-in-law crocheted the round one that is at the beginning of the top row. Michelle picked the colors. I finished this during spring break. Michelle loved it.
Also, during spring break I started a new craft/art. I found a book on Zentangles. I truly enjoy drawing these min-art projects. They are so relaxing.
|My Zentangle Art|
|For my Mom for Bridget|
Other Cross Stitch Projects I have completed this year are: Raven Bewitch, Pumpkin Kitty, and Chicken Love (which is suppose to be a pin keep but is too large for a pin keep)
|a troop of mushrooms: Grow up (red) and get a life (green)|
|Better late than never|
|Raggedy Anne now has an Andy|
|Katie's chain maile earrings|
|Lisha's Christmas Ornaments|
I completed three project and made a major dent in the other project. I finished Panel 1 of the Halloween Pudgy, a hot pad, and some crocheted containers. I have nearly finished Jennifer's LaLaLoopsy doll. I only have to add the hair.
|Panel 1 of Halloween Pudgy|
|95% complete LaLaLoopsy Doll|
|Sewn by Sharon|
I have decided not to make plans with definite deadlines. Every time I do things go awry. So I just plan on working. I have started several projects that I hope to post as I go rather than one large post like this. I have also started using up my small amounts of yarn. I am crocheting afghan squares for "Warm Up America!" I have decided that when I finish a project that I will get rid of the pattern rather than keep it. I am trying the KonMari method of cleaning and decluttering my house. Let's see what happens.
Thank you for sticking with me all this time. Hopefully I will post more often.