Yarn and Coffee – June .. I finished projects!!!

Welcome. Pull up a chair on my porch.  Would you like an ice tea (sorry, I’m Canadian it’s not iced tea) maybe an ice coffee?  June’s Yarn and Coffee is a wee bit later than planned. The construction next door cut my phone line and we had to wait until today for it to be repaired.

I’m feeling very good about this month. I finally finished those wraps and a couple other new little projects!

made with Impeccable by Loops & Threads (FERN) / trim done with Vanna’s Choice by Lion Brand in Radiant Lime

made with Caron Cakes – Lemon Lime

 

made with Soft & Shiny by Loops & Threads – Royal Blue and Yellow

My oldest nephew graduated from high school and I couldn’t be prouder! Lots of awards and a few scholarships! So I had to make him a scarf with his universities colours!

I’m trying not to blink because when I do he’ll be graduating university as a mechanical engineer.

 

A few months ago I bought some new curtains. I just got around to making some tiebacks for them. So I guess I should add this project to the finished the PHD projects 😉

 

 


In July I think I’ll work on posting some more details about last months projects and working on my “Molly poncho”.

What came off your hook this month?

Did you make a gift for someone?

I do so love hearing about your yarn adventures. In my Reader, I found Tanglewood Knots highlights for June.

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Wooly Wednesday ~ Just love this orange

This yarn was donated to me. I don’t know what brand it is but like the other yarns from Wooly Wednesday…it’s in my stash.

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It was going to be thrown out because the label had been lost. (GASP! Throw out yarn?! shudder) It’s lovely and soft. I’ve made a few scarves and headbands out of it.

Hope your day includes some yarn art!

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Teacher gifts ~ Pencil Flowers

A little while ago while wandering through Pinterest I found Petal Pens (a crochet project)

Well, the end of the school year is fast approaching so I starting making them. I bought thicker yarn than the pattern calls for, used a smaller hook than the yarn suggests, made some minor (stitch count) alterations to the original pattern and voila!   {Tip: I found having a pen or pencil inserted made doing the stems much easier. }

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March Break… time to relax and crochet

Ahhh… working two part time jobs means your rarely get a whole day, never mind 4 glorious days in a row off.  At first I was antsy.. I’m so used to having something to do at a certain time.

It was a lovely four days.

Rewatching The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey and Torchwood and Doctor Who. I PINNED, and blogged. I pondered my blog n crochetMickey blanket ..still don’t know how I want to design that one. I finished another infinity scarf and started another. I started another baby blanket..just one to have on hand. {I don’t know what’s in the water at one of my jobs but WOW I’ve made a lot of those lately!}  Decided on what pattern I wanted for a shawl / wrap for me. GASP yes, I’m making something for ME!  I went shopping with my sister and surprise made her wait while I pondered what yarn I wanted.

The only sad thing was the store we went to was the one with the smaller yarn selection. We didn’t have time to go to the larger one. Even there the colour selection isn’t want I want. I still haven’t purchased the yarn for my Mood Blanket. I think I’ll have to order on line to get all the colours I want. I’ve never done that before and I’m still a little leery of it.

Shawl / Wrap

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