Products from last part of Summer/early Autumn

My camera was AWOL for a month, but this morning I did find it in the bottom of a tote bag. Perhaps I use too many bags for the various yarn projects, or more likely, I just was not interested in doing photography, so hunting down camera not top priority.
Husband is the guy who usually has a little one in his pocket, and feels the need to stop his bicycle on the way home from breakfast.

for me, It’s not so much the ~~taking pictures~~ as the “processing” them. Getting photos from memory card, then out where others can see them seems like a whole lotta work.
However, today I am at home, with the hope of having the guys get started on their job for a new roof on the house.

and now I will show you the reason my blog has been neglected.
There have been so many opportunities for donating Crafts in September and October, with more events happening closer to the Christmas holidays.

the photos are all sized the same to fit the column, but the items themselves are a variety of size and usefulness

a baby blankie, crocheted of BERNAT Softee yarn

Tote Bags of various scraps of yarn. Cannot tell you how many little balls got knotted together for these

Bedspread cotton crocheted gift bags
these were carried to Women’s Retreat at camp for the Crafts table
someone bought 4 of them within half hour after I set them out
and the Christmas colors was gone before breakfast in the morning

these size Newborn, and size 6 months, baby hats are knitted on 2 different peg looms from the very same skein of sport weight yarn. Notice the little ball of leftover
I love how the color pattern looks distinct from the other. I think it’s because one round loom has an even number, and the other has an odd number of pegs

Having fallen in love with LION Brand yarn, Tweed Stripes I bought a skein of each of several colors to knit adult hats

here are some children size hats knitted on peg looms

and then my old favorite take-along: potholders crocheted of 4-ply cotton yarn
These sell very well from Craft tables

Some things are already out doing their thing in the world, before I thought about getting pictures.

~~love and Huggs, Diane

About MrsDOF

A gal with a kind heart. Married to a nice guy. Empty Nest. Part-time flexible job in the public school system. Loves to work with yarn.
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4 Responses to Products from last part of Summer/early Autumn

  1. Sue Byler says:

    Gorgeous, as usual!! Thanks for sharing your hobby with so many…. have a great Fall.

  2. momma says:

    What a pleasure to see all your handy work. All in such lovely colors. You have been a very busy lady and the people who bought these lovely things and those who received them as gifts are very lucky people.

    I am seeing the car commercials from your town every day now and keep thinking that is where Diane and George live!

  3. Pammie says:

    As usual, VERY NICE work there, Lady! I love the spiral colors on the smaller loom – really neat! (I’m using Bernat Baby Jacquards yarn that’s self-designing – love the way the yarn does all the work and makes such neat designs!) Looking at all your ‘goodies’ all I can do is quote you on this one: “Lots of YARNY GOODNESS!!!’
    Hugs;
    Pam

  4. Pammie says:

    PS: have to add LOVE the Lion Brand Tweed Stripes yarn there, too – will have to go looking for that one! Would make some really nice loomed Men’s chemo caps! (the darker colors)