In the event that you intend to use this type of yarn for roses, please try to make *frogging unnecessary, as this does not work with this type of yarn.
According to the shop owner, who I believe was British (and I just can't get enough of the British, too) *frogging is unraveling or undoing. The tiny little soft hairs cause all sorts of havoc, but is is so worth the final outcome. :-)
I don't even know why I am making them or what they will be, all I know is that...
I can't stop 'til I get enough!
Shall a support group be sought out for the "Rose" addiction?
Anyone feel the same way?
If you dare to get hooked, as well, the pattern is "The Rose" from
Some little "Crochet Fairy Godmother" is making every effort to help me with my plan to use crochet as an award for exercise.
She is a runner and she is helping me, and for this, I am eternally grateful.
See this post for the "Fit" Daisy Blanket effort....
It was a project that I was so excited to work on that I made it a rule that I would have to exercise first before crocheting....it sort of worked and she remembered....ahhhhhhh...the beauty of commitments made on a blog that will be out there somewhere forever. :-)
I tried it out for a jog and it works!!!
The illusive yarn ball and crochet hook!
(I ran five miles in 25 minutes...and if you believe that I have some ocean front property, for sale, in Arizona, from the front porch you can see the sea. ;-) )
But what I like best about Linda: she would rather crochet than to do
housework and I'm all about that!
Makes us kindred, for sure. :-) and speaking of kindred... look at this beauty from Sandy at Teacup Lane
She calls it the Moonlight Pillow Cover.
Click here to see her blog and post.
Pattas, in Tasmania, at Hooks and Books
has made 100 of these beautiful squares from scraps, no less.
The colors are gorgeous - just look at that purple/pinky color. Yum!
Click here for her post along with along delightful projects.
Please let me know if I have missed yours and if you would like me to add it to this post or a future post and the "CAL" page. Leave a comment or email me at email@example.com.
My heart signs with joy to see the rose granny popping up in the most unexpected places.