First, the hat that my daughter says is a nice hat with an unfortunate yarn (this yarn is UGLY):
Now, the hat that she said needed to be made a ponytail hat. It was to get seamed up but I didn’t seam the whole thing:
I liked this pattern a lot! Very easy to memorize and do on the go.
I did a lot of crafting the last two days – I had plenty of other stuff I *should* be doing, but goofed off instead.
Here’s a new pattern that I bought, called “Little Beau Peep” Hat. It’s absolutely worth the $5.oo, the design is impressive. There isn’t a single seam to sew in this! My picture doesn’t do it justice.
Little Beau Peep Hat by Cheryl Andrews
And here is my “reward” afghan. I’ve done 13 of the motifs I’ve earned. I hope to catch up so that I have daily incentive. This pattern has given me some very interesting ideas to ponder…
The squares on the tile are 15″, to give you an idea of its size. I think this will be over 4′ in diameter if I make it as shown. (You can adapt the Penrose pattern to be larger)
Penrose by Woolly Thoughts
Below, is my inspiration project. I’ve long wanted to do this one. I have been working hard at changing my eating habits, and every day that I am a good girl, I reward myself with being able to do one motif:
You probably didn’t think I had it in me!
Here is my wedding afghan, about 10 minutes before I gift it!
And it turned out fairly reversible, too!
These are some comfortghan squares I made for my friend, Jeannie. She has a great-nephew and two great-nieces whose mother died and she’s making each of them an afghan. The black one is the Supernova square from Chris Simon.
The hearts were actually given to me by my aunt who made a Tunisian afghan and had extras. I just bordered in the pink. I have been unable to find what pattern she used.