Isn't this the cutest little bear? I crocheted her dress using a pattern I bought from one of the ladies in my crochet group. Check out her patterns on Ebay - her name is sweetsilvercreations - she has really adorable doll outfits. Since I crochet tight I used a G hook and TLC Baby in neopolitan.
Saturday, January 26, 2008
Here's a picture of the purse I finished last night. It's crocheted with 2 strands of RHSS in petal pink and 1 strand of TLC baby in neopolitan. I used an L hook. I don't know if I like it or not - I think it needs a flower or something on the top front.
Posted by Debi Y. at 9:52 AM
Saturday, January 19, 2008
Friday, January 4, 2008
I've been filling in for the cashier/phone operator at work for the last 3 days and I had alot of down time. Our dealership, for some reason, is just not that busy now. I started this poncho on Wednesday and by working on it (a little throughout each day) by the end of my shift today this is what I have. Hopefully I can have it done by Sunday so I can wear it to work on Monday. I am crocheting it with Red Heart Jeweltones and I'm using an "I" hook. Here it is finished.
Posted by Debi Y. at 7:31 PM
Thursday, January 3, 2008
I've asked ladies in my crochet group "Just Crochet" if they want to do a granny square swap with me so I can make myself a lapghan. They have to be 6" pink squares. Here are the squares I have already - I will post another picture of the squares I receive and then a picture of the finished lapghan. (The top picture) = the top 3 squares are from Marilyn - the next 5 are from Yvette and Terry sent me the last 3 squares. This is going to be a real pretty lapghan. :) The top photo is the squares that Ginny sent me. :)
Posted by Debi Y. at 6:57 AM
Tuesday, January 1, 2008
I've crocheted this helmet liner for my crochet group "Just Crochet" to send to troops in Afghanistan. It's crocheted with Patons Classic Wool and I used an "I" hook. Any little thing to help - I just wish we can use pretty colors (like the pink camo) for the women soldiers. I know I would of loved pink camo instead of the green when I was in the Army. :)
Posted by Debi Y. at 10:13 AM