to remove this goal and change it to a goal regarding the number of projects I complete in any given year. I am very much in the habit of crocheting every day now and no longer need to have this goal to accomplish what I want.
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is an infinity scarf. That makes a grand total of 13 projects (some big, some small) for this year. I also have some projects in the works for next years total.
to yarncraft almost every day. I’ve had a few days recently where I did not and when I look at what else I was doing those days I realize why. The work I’m doing with my mother emptying her basement has put me to where I’m bringing home projects for me or my sweetie and those are taking time or mental energy. Still, the projects are continuing. I’m contemplating (hold me back!) actually starting another afghan even before I complete the others that are in the works.
I’ve been in the midst of several yarn projects for quite some time. I’m making an afghan for my step-daughter that I believe is called windflowers. I’m finishing a knitted afghan which is taking me a bit of time. I started a baby afghan some weeks ago (before I learned I will be a great-grandmother). And, all those projects are 1/3 to 1/2 complete. In the meantime, a friend bought an expensive scarf at an art fair and asked me to see if I could determine the pattern. I did and then I made one to see how it looked. I will probably give this to one of the granddaughters for Christmas. I’ve accomplished my goal to do 12 projects this year.
I made this blanket for hosparus.
It is my 11th project this year.
I finished this afghan last night while watching a Lonsome Dove marathon. This is my 10th project for the year.
I used up tiny bits of scrap yarn and 3 skeins of cream-colored yarn, plus odds and ends in various colors for the outside rounds.
I will probably use this as a hot mat.
This is completed project number 8 for this year.
My youngest grandson wanted a blanket that looked like an Indian blanket, so this is what I made.
While my Honey Bunch was fishing with the kiddos last week, I took time away from cooking and reading to work on completing this afghan for my mother. I’ll give it to her Friday because I want to show it off to my Yarncrafters group tonight. This is my 7th project for the year, so far.
I actually have 3 afghans in the works. One is a simple granny square which I’m now sewing together. The second is a special afghan for my Mum. Third, my youngest grandson asked me to make him a new blanket. I’ve picked out the pattern and that is sometimes the hardest thing to do.
I just finished repairing an afghan for my KY grandchildren. That’s not as much fun and I think they will be happy with the results.