Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Making A Ripple Blanket
I'm so excited to share this with you all. I told you all earlier that I'm a little crochet obsessed right now.
I now find myself going to the store to replenish my yarn. I've even ordered from the web twice to get yarn.
First I found it very relaxing to sit a spell and relax and work my little hook. Now It is becoming more of a passion. I look for patterns all day. So much for cleaning the house. Hea, but that's what I have kids for, right?
Attic 24 has been a big inspiration for me. I love her use of such bright lovely colors.
I can't get enough.
Some of my daughters friends are starting to ask me to make a blanket for them.
Oh no, what am I into? Both my son and daughter give me there input as to what color to use next. Ha ha!
Let me get this little beauty finished first. I am moving right along I think. My blanket is a wide as my queen bed but doesn't hang over the edges. I all ready have other projects planned in my head. See ya all soon. Bye Bye. Peggy

6 comments:

Bonnie said...

Peggy, I really, really like this blanket you are making!!! Love the zig zag look of it! Looks like you have a long way to go..hope you post it when it is finished. Can't wait to see the finished product.

Melanie said...

You are HILARIOUS!! I've never seen such a crochet machine!! You go girl. . cause you are probably about out of summer vacation :-)

Lovely Light said...

This looks beautiful! I love the colors so much. I've been working on a half double crochet baby blanket since at least 2007...oops. I've made smaller projects in between- I'll be posting a pattern for a triangular wrap soon.

The Martha Complex said...

That is gorgeous. I have been thinking FOREVER I need a hobby. I know that can't be easy though. I need an easy hobby. lol

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Peggy said...

Hea Meg, thanks so much for stopping by. Look rorward to getting to know you.