After I finished my Christmas stars project, I went to work on blankets for "Baby Sister." This Dreambaby yarn kept calling my name, so I just could not resist working with it. It made a nice, light spring blanket which reminds me of Easter.
After I finished that blanket, I completed this Basketweave blanket which is nice and thick for winter use. It definitely will keep "Baby Sister" warm whenever we leave the house.
Since I needed something easy to work on while I was sick (not that I did much crocheting because I just didn't feel like it), I started this blanket. I'm not sure I like the pattern, although the colors are okay. Sarah Beth loves it, however, and has claimed it for her own. Maybe I will make it a little bigger than the instructions call for and give it to her. She has seen me make so many (four) blankets for "Baby Sister" that I think she's getting a little jealous.
For Christmas, I received a book on Tunisian crochet which is kind of a cross between crochet and knitting. I have been wanting to try out this different form of crochet, so I'm thankful for the gift. Unfortunately, I haven't felt well enough to start learning it. Maybe this weekend. I hope next week, at least, to have some sample swatches to show you.
I have made no goals for my crocheting this year. I think I'll just wait and see what I feel like making, although there is one thing I need to make -- a toilet paper cover. Isn't that a prerequisite crocheted item to have in your house, at least, in the South?
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