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Sunday, November 23, 2014

The recuperative powers of knitting and crocheting

Wow!! I got a lot of projects done in my six weeks of healing from surgery. It took forever to get them all on my Ravelry page. Had to fudge on a few dates, but it's close enough!! Now I'm ready for my Advent shawl, which is one clue a day for the days of Advent, which starts November 30. It calmed me last year when I had it to work on, and kept me focused on the true meaning of the season. Plus, I'm going to need a project to work on during my recuperation from upcoming gum graft surgery, which is December 2. The fun never ends!!

Happy Thanksgiving, dear friends!! Love and hugs to all!

Now, for the projects:

Unforgettable Panama Hat, with crochet-embellished buttons


Baby bootie rain boots
Chicken ornaments
Test knit sock turned into pouch
In Threes cardigan
Child's cap
Tilted blocks baby blanket
Boot cuffs
I think that's it!!



1 comment:

  1. You are so prolific!!! It's great to know you healed while knitting. Everything looks great. Keep up the good work. Good luck with your upcoming gum graft. That doesn't sound like fun at all.