I’m still deep into my new obsession with cataloging all the crochet I’ve done over the last quarter century and getting them up on my project page at Ravelry. I’m also slowly but surely adding all my crochet magazines and books to my library there.
The granny squares are starting to stack up for my current afghan project which is always fun. I like them much better with the dark green border, it will pull the whole thing together nicely.
This goofy little doll was one of the first toys I made – she’s from a pattern in Hooked on Crochet! from way back in November 1988. Her face isn’t supposed to be quite that long and thin but she is still cute.
I picked up a bunch of this lovely yarn yesterday for my next shawl project which is the gorgeous Entwife Marching Cloak by Michele Dunaier. Hers is in some lovely browns, golds and oranges, but I’m going to do mine in just this variegated Merino wool which is so yummy and soft.
Sassafrass just wants into my crochet bag with all that glorious yarn.