Crochet fun!


I thought I'd put a quick post on here before I go around the house and straighten up after having taken down the Christmas trees today. Yep, all wrapped up in plastic, all 4 of them with one more to go sometime this week.

Anyway, I bought this book, Crochet Motifs, (you can look further into the book on Amazon). I absolutely love it! I also bought 200 Crochet Blocks which I haven't gotten into yet. There are so many really cute flowery type circle crochet thingees in the Crochet Motif book to keep me going for a while. I need to pick out better colors and learn how to change colors, too. I think it would spice up the blocks a lot. Anyway, I'm having lots and lots of fun with this book. Will post anything I make.

I bought these three cotton yarn balls and threw them in the dryer to de-dust them (get the dust off so I'm not sneezing, sniffling while I'm trying to crochet). When I took them out of the dryer I was surprised to find this big mess of yarn. Darn. I should have known that would happen. I was talking to someone in Joann's the other day and she mentioned that putting them in a laundry mesh bag and then just throwing them in the dryer with my regular wash would have prevented that problem. Duh.
Anyway, hope you enjoy this posting...Best wishes, Linda

6 comments

  1. Oh wow these are so beautiful. My daughter has been crocheting. She's been making some very lovely things too.

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  2. This is my first visit to your blog, I hope you are able to unravel your yarn. I have never heard of having defluff yarn before, Those books sound and look wonderful. I must get back into crochet!

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  3. My 1st love is crochet... I don't have this book but I have so many others that are just motifs you can hook together to make something with!!
    **Smile**
    Marilyn
    xxoo

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  4. I love to crochet but haven't done any since last winter. I guess I need to find a new project.

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  5. Hi Linda!
    Thanks for coming by. How did you find me?
    I'm glad that you enjoyed my blog. It's nice to have a new follower too.
    Looking forward to seeing more of you and I'll be signing on as a follower to your blog too and
    then I'll add you to my blog list.

    Melinda

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  6. Linda, love the book! And thanks for stopping by my blog (Crochet Galore). I love your blog and will be visiting regularly now that I have seen it. Will be a follower too! Nice "meeting" you.

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So happy you came to visit today. Everyone is so busy but if you'd like to leave a note for me, I'd love it!!

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I am the crafter extraordinaire (on this blog anyway.) I live with my husband, my son, David, in a cozy cape cod style house in Connecticut.

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