Or is it for “busy?” 😉
I’ve finished the crocheted blanket I was making for my granddaughter, Scotlynn. It was supposed to be a stash-buster and I’m glad to say that it really was! I think this is the first time I’ve done a so-called “stash buster” project and haven’t ended up buying some yarn to fill in. A happy dance is called for, don’t you think? 🙂
I’m also happy with the progress I’m making on the Dream Catcher squares I’m making for Scotlynn’s brother(s). I’ve decided that I’m going to make both of the boys similar blankets: difference being that one will feature a blue border and the other a green one.
Plugging away on the blanket my Daughter-in-Love, Jennifer, asked me to make for her sister’s baby-on-board. This is a fun one, too! It’s the Easy One Row Handspun Blanket de la Harlot!, perfect for knitting while watching documentaries with DH. 😉
A-a-a-a-nd, last but not least, our knitting group’s blanket project is safely bagged – to protect it from curious cats – and awaiting further squares.
- Prisoners Donating Handmade Blankets To Hospitals (khmx.radio.com)
- “We Give” Wednesday (lllin526.wordpress.com)