How is your washcloth knitting or crocheting coming along? I completed three over the weekend. They are show above in the featured image. I had forgotten how much fun it is to knit these! I’d love to see what you’re working on for the KAL/CAL, too. As I was starting to work on these on […]Read More Washcloth KAL/CAL: Week One
It’s time for the last scarf bombing of the season with The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project! As you can see from the gaudy graphic at the top, we will be broadcasting the tonight’s scarf bombing live on Periscope (downloadable for iOS and Android). Just follow the details, but we will have the night’s events available […]Read More Last Scarf Bombing of the Season!
I hope that you had a great Christmas! I did. I want to talk about crafty Christmas presents, not ones that I received, but rather ones I gave to people, (and forgot to take photos of.) The first was that I actually crocheted a blanket for my niece, Allie. Her mother was thrilled to pieces. […]Read More Crafty Christmas Gifts
I don’t crochet much. I learned how to do the basics of it because some knitting patterns use it for edging and such. So, I learned. I decided to crochet a hat earlier this week, and above I’m modeling the results. Eh, it looks ok, but nothing like the picture in the book I got […]Read More Crochet Hat Semi-Fail
I know I would write about the The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project on the previous version of this blog, but it’s important. The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project is a volunteer group that knits and scarf-bombs parks in Lancaster, PA. We knit, crochet, and weave handmade scarves, and then tie or hang them in neighborhood parks […]Read More The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project