Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Getting my wool on.


I do many different types of crafts.
For the past, many years, it has been mostly paper crafting.
I just felt like I wanted to change it up, so I decided to make a baby afghan.
I just love this colour combination.






















So many new babies are going to be born...and the 3 that I know of are all going to be boys.
Actually my younger brother and his wife are having their baby today...haven't heard back from them yet.
It is taking all of my strength not to contact them....they live in a different province than I do.
So I just have to be patient.

When you knit or crochet, do you pull the yarn out of the middle of the ball?
Do you re-string it, or just work it from the outside of the ball?
As you can see, I pull it out from the middle of the ball.

Here is where I found the pattern for this adorable pattern "The Stitchin' Mommy"

I hope you all have a creative day :)

Tracy :)

7 comments:

  1. That's adorable, Tracy! Nice color combo. I pull my yarn from the middle also. I'm making a cabled scarf right now. Happy crocheting!

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  2. Beautiful colours, love the pattern and I admire anyone that can crochet, I prefer to knit. I pull my yarn from the middle as well. It's nice to have a change-up in crafting.

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  3. Beautiful colors, Tracy!

    I'm an avid crocheter and I have always rolled my yarn into balls prior to starting my projects. Growing up, I would help my mother roll her yarn - back then the yarn she bought was in large, looped skeins. Enjoy your project!

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  4. This looks fab, Tracy, the colors you picked are great!

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  5. Your afghan is looking amazing!! I love the color combo!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  6. That looks stunning! Love the colours. Something I have never learned how to do, maybe it's about time I start - love the look! Have a great weekend.

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