This week, Kelley gets inspired by stashbusting! As Kelley organizes and sorts through her stash, she imagines the possibilities that go beyond one-skein projects and instead, combine several leftover yarns together for a bit of springtime stashbusting. Next, Kelley reviews …
Remember my post from a few weeks back where I talked about my new crochet project? Well, now I can show it to you!
This is my completed Bullseye Blanket! I’m very excited that I finally finished it – it took a while, but was so worth it.
A couple of years ago my granddaughter, at the age of 2 weeks, was admitted to the NICU unit at our local hospital, where she spent the next two weeks. She’s now a happy, healthy 2 1/2 year old, but it was really scary back then. My daughter spent almost all her time by her side. One day, my daughter was given a knitted hat & bootie set for Kalyn. It was a heartwarming experience for her and a comfort during a difficult time. That’s when I realized a need and that I would like to pay it forward for someone else.
I’ve been using left over cotton & acrylic yarns to create the baby items. I don’t remember which yarn was used with this set, but it is so darling.