Finished my first handmade Christmas gift for this year! This Teddy Bear is for my Mom. She collect teddy bears. She already knows I’ve made it for here, so I have to make something else go with it that is a surprise! You can find this teddy bear as free Ravelry here.
Spent the day with my camera, long time friends, and the little people in their life at Lone Pine Farms! It was the perfect foggy pacific northwest day at the farm! Loved seeing all the farm animals and plant life! I been visiting this farm since I was little and it was great seeing through little people eyes!
When I saw this pattern on Raverly I knew I had to make for my best friends little boy Felix! Every boy or girl needs a dragon scarf! I modified the pattern some. The head is smaller than the one in the pattern. This was done by mistake by continuously crocheting in the round. The pattern doesn’t make this clear. I also made ears instead of two horns for the head and add a felt flame! I also modified the horns down the back of the dragon. Instead of changing sizes of horns and using the slip stitch in between horns; I used all large horns instructed by the pattern and made two single crochet between each horn. You can find this free pattern here.
Work a little bit more on my striped granny square afghan! You can start to see the strip pattern and the color combination. I have about 42 rows done! I think I might have to buy some more yarn to make it 7 feet long! It’s going to take me a while to finish it but I can wait for it to be done, so I can snuggle up in it! I can’t keep Bessy Moo off it! She got upset with me last night when I went to move her off it while I was working on it!
The striped granny square afghan I started making this weekend! I added the color yellow to make the afghan a little brighter! I think Bessy Moo is more obsessed with yarn than I! She lays on it every chance she gets! She the perfect crocheting buddy! :)
The beginning of my new afghan I am going to start today! This one going to be a strip granny square afghan. Hopefully thins will be enough yarn to make a good size blanket to cuddle with or make as a lap blanket!