Squares, Squares, Everywhere…

Hello again everyone. The 72nd thing that I finished, is part of a larger FO that will happen later. I’m calling this blanket “All Squared Up.”

I plan on using Caron Simply Soft Stripes in the “Grape Purple” and “Rosewood.” I’m sure there will be other colorways, but I’ll mention them as I finish each square. My plan is to crochet 6 round squares and connect them in rows of 10 squares each. I pretty anticipate this project to take me a bit, as I plan on making each square as a palate cleanser between my other projects. These are all 16 squares I made in November and during the days of Thanksgiving. I LOVE the way they are coming out. What do you think?

 

Thank you for sticking with me as I show off all of the projects I finished since the last time I came by. Obviously, there were a lot. Hopefully, I’ll be back with more soon.

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

Yowza! That’s An Awesome FO!!!

Hello again everyone! The largest FO of the year happens to be #71. I called this one “Yowza Blanket.”

This blanket has gone through multiple versions/patterns since I first started this project. I crocheted this blanket Granny Square until I ran out of Miss Babs Yowza yarn scraps from previous projects. As I’ve finished this blanket for Emptyeye (he knows that it’s a Holiday Gift, otherwise I wouldn’t mention it), I’ll list off the colors I used.

Total of 3,079.3 yards used.

Spiked Punch – 52 yds
Big Silk Worsted – Garden Party – 20 yards
BFF – 20 yards
Bat S’ Crazy – 20 yards
Across The Universe – 123.9 yards
Coral – 136 yards
Drunken Watermelon – 20 yds
Echo – 143.7 yds
Gator Bait – 498.1 yds
Indigo Bunting – 60 yds – 2045.6
Mad Hatter – 20 yds
Morticia – 420 yds
Mountain Morning – 39.6 yds
My Kelley – 136.3 yds
Sea Teal – 101.6 yds
Seduction – 60 yds – 1268.1
Seductress – 545.1 yds
Squash Blossom – 136 yds
Supriza – 96.7yds
Tardish – 25 yds
You Gotta Love Me – 95.2 yds
Zombie Honeymoon – 20 yds
Zombie Prom – 20 yds
Ebony – 270.1 yds

I REALLY love the way this came out. I was going from a Reverse Rainbow from the center -> out.  What do you think?

 

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

Pinky #70

Hello again everyone! The 70th thing that I finished this year was what I called “Aunt Pinky.”

This Holiday gift was the last entered in my HPKCHC Arithmancy OWL. I used Cascade 220 FIngering “Azalea Pink.” I really like this is the perfect pink for my intended Recipient. I think they will really like this color.  What do you think?

 

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

#69’s All About The Doctor

Hello again everyone! The 69th thing that I finished this year was what I called “Doctor Quiddy.”

I made this Slouchhead Hat for the final Quidditch match of HPKCHC. I used Pandia’s Jewels Hand Dyed Yarn Snug “But I Think I Came Out More Magician.” I REALLY love this colorway, and I can’t want to wear it out and about this Holiday season. What do you all think?

 

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

Bright #68

Hello again everyone! The 68th thing that I finished this year was what I called simply “November 2019 DVD Socks.”

If you couldn’t tell, these are my November DVD (Desert Vista Dyeworks) socks. I decided “Troll Dolls” would be a good colorway for Fall. I REALLY love this colorway. What do you think?

 

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

My Singing #67

Hello again everyone!  The 67th thing I finished this year was what I called “Mama Mia.”

This Holiday present was also entered into my HPKCHC Arithmancy OWL. I used Dream in Color Smooshy “Torchwood” and Knit Picks Hawthorne Fingering Kettle Dye “Vancouver.” I love how these two colors played together. What do you think?

 

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

Waving at #66

Hello again everyone! The 66th thing that I finished this year is what I called “Quiddy #3.”

This project was for Quidditch match #3 for the HPKCHC. I used miscellaneous scraps of fingering yarn in the Harry Potter House colors to create a banner to wave. I’m proud of how it came out. What do you think?

 

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

I Put A Spell on #65

Hello again everyone! The 65th thing that I finished this year was what I called “Magician AF.”

I wanted another Slouchy hat, so I used SweetGeorgia Yarns Tough Love Sock “Magician.” I love this color, and I think my recipient will also love this hat, once I get a chance to send it off tho them. I won’t say who it’s going to, as it’s supposed to be a surprise.  What do you think?

 

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

Singing The Tale of #63

Hello again! The 63rd thing that I finished this year was what I called “Papa Don’t Peach.”

This project was another Holiday gift that I entered as part of my HPHCKC Arithmancy OWL. I really love how the Dream In Color Smooshy “Medieval” and Knit Picks Hawthorne FIngering Kettle Dye “Irvington” play together. What do you think?

 

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

Scrying For #61

Hello again everyone! The 61st thing I finished was what I called “Diving The Meaning of Dragons.”

I made myself a slouchy hat (pattern by Kelly McClure) out of a Gale’s Art Single Sock Blank that I have called “Dragons Are Not Slaves.” I really love how the variegated nature of the sock blank showed up in this hat. What do you think?

 

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

Bloody #60

Hello again everyone! Project #60 is what I called “My Bloody Vampire.”

This was my October Desert Vista Dyeworks (DVD) socks. I used the color “Zombody Vants to Drink Your Blood” and the “Toe-Up Socks With A Difference” pattern by Wendy D. Johnson. This was also part of my Arithmancy OWL through the HPKCHC.

I really LOVE this colorway. What do you think?

 

Until Next Time, Happy Crafting!

-Silver-

Falling for #59

Hello again everyone! Sorry it’s been so long since the last time I came back to continue the FO Parade. I really have been busy, I promise…

Either way, FO #59 is what I called “Joyful Falling.”

I used Joji Locatelli’s “Pure Joy” pattern. I also used GnomeAcres House Gnome in the “Bad Bunny” and The Loopy Ewe Solid Series in the color “Peach.” I really love the way that the colors play together. What do you think?

 

Until Next Time! Happy Crafting!

-Silver-