April 5, 2004

Warning... Crochet Talk Ahead!

Thank you for all of the nice comments on Poppy. My favorite thing about the project is- as Jody pointed out-it was finished more than a week ahead of time. It really helped that I got to start and work full speed on the sweater as soon as I bought the yarn. Normally, new projects go to the bottom of the to do list and by the time I get to them, some of the momentum has worn off.
As of last Sunday, I'm officially teaching crochet classes again. The first class is always the toughest because the students are trying to get a feel for holding the hook and yarn. It'll be fun to see their progress at the next class.
I was able to finish my second Critter Knitter blanket during last night's basketball game. Between making Mason-Dixon Afghan squares and Critter Knitter blankets, I'm really hoping to minimize my stash between now and August.
Charlotte also crocheted during the game.
She's really getting good at making a loop with the yarn and putting the hook through it.

Posted by crsattic at 11:22 PM | 5 Comments


Charlotte will be crocheting like her mama in no time! How cute!

I bet you ANYTHING Charlotte can crochet circles around me within a week.... :)

Awwwww! She'll be crocheting and knitting her own wardrobe by the time she hits kindergarten!

I hadn't realized I'd feel so outnumbered already! I always thought/hoped I had at least a few years before Charlotte joined the ranks of knitters and crocheters.

Looks like you're out of luck Michael! That little girl is going to be just like her mama. Yarn will be a big thing in her life too. Just think how good it is for her hand-eye coordination to be trying to use the crochet hooks and knitting needles.

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