Updated patterns!

I'm in the process of updating my old patterns, particularly the bibs, to include charts. I'm rewriting some of the directions to make the patterns even easier and including alternative methods for beginning the bibs and for making the ties. Look for these patterns in the sidebar to see which ones have been added. It's a slow process, but eventually, they'll all be there!

Sunday, September 30, 2012


Maureen sent me this picture of the beautiful blanket that she knit for her niece's new little baby, Henry.
It's it just gorgeous and didn't she do a wonderful job knitting it?  That is one very lucky (and warm) baby.  Maureen tells me that she used Berroco Soft Vintage in yellow.  She knit the hen by looking at the picture of the one I did for my Ruthie.  It reminds me that I still haven't posted those patterns yet!  They need to be tested and I have a slight recollection that someone offered to help me, but I haven't had time to go back through my messages to see who it was!  Maybe it was Maureen!!

I also want to direct your attention to this blanket pattern that was posted here on Ravelry.  It's a free pattern download.  She has used 27 stitches for each design block.  This would work nicely with many of my patterns as I use 37 stitches.  If you eliminate the borders, you have 27 stitches.

Finally, here is one more link of yet another blanket here.  Mandy put her blanket together by crocheting the squares.  (I think you may have to be signed onto Ravelry to see it.  If you aren't a member, you should be!!)

This has been so much fun for me to see all these wonderful blankets.  I love the distraction.  To update you, my husband came through his surgery just fine and is already off the pain meds.  Of course, he has to keep his leg in the cast for six weeks, so we'll see how he does once he starts physical therapy.  We may have to break out the pain pills once again!  For now, we're taking it one day at a time.  He can't really move without my help which means no work for either of us!  ("Work" as in gainful employment!)  Fortunately, we both have nice bosses so it isn't an issue. . .yet!  Thank you for all your nice notes and wishes of encouragement.  They mean a lot to both of us!


Brittany said...

This is adorable! I plan on making one similar to it for my husband's cousin, who is due in February!

Anonymous said...

I just came across your blog and I have to say that you are truly talented! I can't wait to start knitting some of your adorable bibs for my baby girl!

I recently started a knitting blog and I am wondering if it would be ok for me to post pictures of the projects I knit using your patterns? I would of course mention that I got the pattern from your blog & I would link to your blog as well!


Jessica said...

Too funny! I know Mandy from my LYS. I thought she looked familiar. I must make a blanket like this one of these days.

Unknown said...

I love the hen! Can't wait for the bib! You are so talented, and I love making your bibs for my much younger baby cousin Aurora!

Suze said...

I love your washcloth and bib patterns. They are so much fun to make. I am planning to make a blanket next. Thank you for sharing. You are the best!

Unknown said...

Love this pattern but can't find the free download. Can you walk me through where to get it.

Unknown said...

How do I get this pattern?

weighted comforter said...

Nice blankets. Actually I love that pattern designed on the blanket. Help me to find how the fabric is?

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