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Please don't forget to add your photos to our 'photo' section - tab at the top. From there, I will be able to add it to our MARCH 2021 PHOTO ALBUM. Thanks :)
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For those of us who were excited by all the mosaic crochet and knit patterns recently, I just found this CAL from last year which seems to have some great designs.
I haven't even had time to read through the patterns, let alone making any of them, so I can't vouch for them other than to say that they sure look nice in the photos.
Sharon, thank you for sharing this wonderful find with us! These are all very interesting-looking and I just might need to try one ... or two ... or three ... or more ... hahaha
Like I've said to you before, Sharon, with friends like you, I need a maid!!!! In case you're wondering, folks, that sentence a
At least I think it is :)
And that, my friends, is my New-to-You word for March. I had to look it up again Sharon, because I couldn't remember how to spell it - or say it - or use it ... LOL ... xo
Good one, Glo!! haha.
Gloria, I hope you got a maid, because I am anxious to see what you can do with all those interesting patterns, and what they will look like when they get converted to Tunisian, or cro-knit. Fun, fun, fun.
March Pink Theme: I added 3 photos to the Photos page but they were too big when I put them here! will try again. I worked from my stash this month so I used stripes to do the Pink Theme.
Three lovely pinks, the self patterning yarn in the stripes in the bottom square are certainly eye catching :))
Arlene, your squares are beautiful. Your seed stitch square has a lovely texture for little fingers :) Stripes are always a hit in a blanket - and so are PJs! Thank you! ... xo
These are all sooooo pretty, Arlene. :))
LOVING your shades of pink. The top square is just soooo sweet. :))
Beautiful squares, all, but the 3rd one with the variegated stripes really caught my attention.
Thanks, Chris! I'm loving all that blue ... xo
My final pink for March. This one is new to me because it's slip stitch using swing needles. I had very thin yarns that wouldn't work alone so I decided to 'fatten them up' with a slip stitch pattern and small needles. It was a marathon knit, but I finished it :)))
And these are from old patterns, but new to me yarn from a friend :) xo