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“Y” is for… — 6 Comments

  1. I never did learn how to knit but I do crotchet. I’ve made lots of scarves and some mittens and hats. I also like to make dish rags and I’ve made some afghans. This winter I’ll probably get busy again. 🙂 I don’t think I’d be able to knit. At one point I asked my MIL to teach me but that never happened and now it’s too late 🙁

    Make sure you show us pictures when you’re finished! It sounds AWESOME and magical! Knitting on both sides? Wowsa! I’m most impressed!

  2. I LOVE yarn! I enjoy crocheting and knitting, but my favorite project is using yarn as doll hair on the cloth dolls I make. I love yarn and yet I didn’t even think of using yarn for my “y” post. Odd. So glad you thought of it!

  3. Thanks Laury. I hope it finishes as well as it’s going right now. Have you ever tried to “write” on your crocheted afghans? I’m considering a wall hanging (way in the future), but I think it might be too big knitted.

    Rita – I would love to see a picture of your cloth dolls. I bet they’re beautiful.

  4. Oh my goodness, Ginger! I bow to your incredible crafting ability! My daughter can crochet like a madwoman… I however, am an abject failure with yarn! I’m really liking all the new ideas for making things with recycled thrift store sweaters! : )

  5. Barbara – God created us awesome to be able to come up with stuff, didn’t He? To Him be the glory. (just think, who’d have thunk to take the fur from a sheep and spin it around to make thread or yarn, just weird)

    Niki – everyone has different talents. Something you might be good at, might drive me nuts and baffle me. 🙂