I started a hat for the Bridge Project using scrap yarn once again. This feels like Red Heart in Black and I am using an "H" hook. It is over half done since this photo was taken. I am using the Dorothy's Hat Pattern which I found the link for at Crafty Corral. Thanks Sandie, this is a nice easy pattern that I will use again.
Started this one yesterday also. It is a scarf for Compassionate Creations. The pattern is from Coats and Clark calledCrocheted Mile-a-Minute Scarf. I am using some yarn my sister gave me called Bernat Denimstyle and the color is Faded Khaki. The hook is an "I". There are only five rounds and it is going quickly.
I did not make any progress on the Cable Blanket yesterday and my day was kind of hectic. I felt really frazzled and it was not the kind of day you want to spend trying to figure something out. I did work on the 12" squares though and got one more of those done. I bagged all my packages and got them addressed and ready to go later today. I also hung up some more clothes that I found hangers for, I had to rob Peter to pay Paul to do it though. LOL!
This photo is three Amazing Star squares I started on Thursday. It is only the first round and they are worked from the outside in. I used scrap yarns to start these also and will mix the three colors as I work and add others if I have too. I am using an "H" hook for this project and hope to assemble these into a throw for charity. The pattern can be found in the book, Amazing Star Afghans by JAO Enterprises, Inc.
Here is the progress I have made on my Brocade doily. Using a #7 hook and #3 thread. The pattern is called Brocade and comes from Coats and Clarks Book #197. I am working this one for a Jan. CAL at my Celts Group.
Finally, I started a dishcloth for the pattern of the month in my KAL Dishcloth group. This one will have a picture of an Ice Skate on it when it is finished. I am using a size 2 knitting needles and Peaches and Cream cotton for this item.
That's it for me today. Ghost, OUT!