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Category Archives: crocheting
I found some lovely Caron yarn in a beautiful shade I think of as orange sherbet. Decided I wanted to make a pretty shawl, so I logged into caron.com and searched for their “one pound” free crochet patterns. I found … Continue reading
Our Prayer Shawl Group received donations of yarn from congregation members. Mostly these were bits and pieces, one or two skeins, and not enough to make a full shawl. In one bag was an ivory colored afghan panel someone had … Continue reading
While I was browsing in Hobby Lobby one day, I found some variegated yarn which I thought looked real pretty, so I bought enough to make a prayer shawl. I used the Comfort Prayer Shawl pattern, but as the shawl … Continue reading
Not the best picture, but my camera needed charged so I had to use my cell phone to grab the finished picture. I love the color of this shawl. The pattern is lovely and the completed project is nice. I … Continue reading
Today my daughter and her friend are coming to my house. We are going to work on our projects together while we watch a movie. It’s a great “girls day” for me and so precious to me, especially since most … Continue reading
A very dear friend of mine was diagnosed with a tumor in her lung. The size and placement made it impossible for surgery, but instead they are attacking it with chemo and radiation to shrink it. In several months, they … Continue reading
My Weight Watcher leader’s little granddaughter who was born prematurely is thriving very well. It would be a true blessing to have her home for Christmas. When her twin sister died, I presented my leader with a cranberry prayer shawl, … Continue reading
This is the same Naomi prayer shawl I made in pink done in a white yarn (I Love This Yarn, sport weight). This is one of my favorite patterns to make. It can be adjusted to using any weight yarn … Continue reading
This shawl turned out great. The only issue I encountered was I had to add eight rows in order to make it wide enough to begin the border. I seem to crochet tighter, even though the test pattern seemed to … Continue reading
Here is the finished Seaspray Ombre Prayer Shawl. Aren’t the colors blended beautifully? Instead of the regular pattern border, I modified the border from another pattern to use. I like the way it turned out with a scalloped edge. I … Continue reading