Done And Coming

I’ve been working on this for AGES. Unfortunately, I have no official start-date for this long-time UFO (Unfinished Fabric Object (Is it a UFO? Not technically fabric I suppose, but it’s sort of in the same boat as all those things…Right?)) but it’s been at some stage of construction for at least a year now (Conservative estimate). AND NOW…

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It’s done!!!!!!!!

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And along with this complete crochet project, I have started a mystery…

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Thanks for reading,

-S.J.

Afghan Times

I recently visited my grandparents, and while we were there my Grandma gave me a bag with some yarn in it. It was very pretty yarn, all pinks and blues and yellows, in baby tints. After rummaging in the bag a bit, I realised that it was a partially made blanket, but that was made with knitting needles. Neither my mom nor I knit, and I had a purpose in mind for the yarn, so during the drive home, I unwound the partially made object, and started something of my own. There was a new baby in my ward, so why not?

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I also added a little decorative edge to the afghan. So cute! I love it and hope that its new owners will too.

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Thanks for reading!

Sparkle Jane T.

Snuggly Success

I don’t know if I’ve told you, but I like making afghans. BIG afghans. ¬†They take me half of forever, but they are a lot of fun.

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Picking all the yarn, and which order to use it in is really fun, but they somehow end up monstrous. How did that happen????????

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For instance, I am 5’6″. The afghan is bigger than me fully stretched out. Wow. I never mean to do that, but it does happen. Oh well…

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Thanks for reading,

Sparkle Jane