Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Busy Crocheters

Mary finished up this afghan using variegated yarn and a simple stitch pattern. A great example of how an uncomplicated idea produces great results.

Doug never makes the expected. He wondered of crochet could produce strong rope; he decided that it did. Of course, he used two colors which resulted in an attractive pattern. While very strong, think of the times when you might want to use decorative ties or wraps. Very classy rope.

Theresa made this baby afghan. Yes, it's a baby afghan for a baby boy whose father went to the University of Kentucky. Theresa couldn't find a chart for the logo, so she made one herself. Another unique design from Theresa.

Shelli made this afghan for her daughter. Shelli had made one like it for herself quite awhile ago. Her daughter had always admired it. With her daughter soon to be married, Shelli made one for her in neutrals similar to her own. The design is by Lion Brand and uses Homespun. Shelli hopes the neutrals will go with any decor her daughter chooses.

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