Since moving to Iowa I have been busy making some Amigurumi animals. They also include some blankets and monsters. You can see a video of them here on my YouTube Channel. Molly and her new friends
Molly is an elephant that I made specifically for me because the pattern was just too cute. I also decided to name her Molly. 🙂
I am now in the process of quite a few different projects which I hope to share soon.
As always I thank you for stopping by and taking a look!
Have a Great Evening, Laura 🙂
Since I have become a Grandma I have loved to make things for those precious babies. I also love the fact that when they are babies it does not take me very long to create and finish those items. I will often end up searching the internet for patterns and ideas. This of course can take up some time because I will get engrossed in the process. If I do not monitor the time I spend on this I can spend hours upon hours on the computer. 🙂
Here is a costume that I created for my Grand Daughter when she was a baby. She was Miss Peanut Guy.
At the moment we have 12 grandchildren and trying to keep up with all of them gets to be quite interesting. Lately I have been on a kick of making ponchos and had made one for my Son and Daughter in Law. My Grand Daughter saw them and of course wanted Grandma to make her one! Below is a picture of her modeling her poncho for me.
My Grandson also loves to have his picture taken and was a nice model for me with his fedora hat I made him.
I wish I had more time to spend on making things for those that I love! One of these days I hope to find that time 🙂
As always thanks for stopping by, Laura
I said I was going to post a picture of the finished baby blanket and here it is! 🙂
This weekend finds me making a baby blanket for a customer. I just love babies and all the things that you can create for them. The customer wanted the blanket to have raised roses on it so I had to do some research on how to make the roses. I ran across this pattern and loved the way it looked. The pattern is a square so that was a plus to me. Here is a picture of what the original square looks like.
You can find the pattern here: http://web.archive.org/web/20010710001210/members.aol.com/lffunt/irishrose.htm
I loved the way the square looked and thought it would make a beautiful blanket. I of course made one square and then decided I wanted to use only part of the pattern and do my own thing. Which by the way is not unusual for me.
I decided to take the square through the to round 7 and then dc a V stitch around behind the leaves. On the next round I made loops all the way around, next round was hdc V stitch in the loops all around, last round I went behind the hdc in the loops below and dc all around.
I did not want to have the whole blanket be of the rose square so I did up a plain square by using the first 2 rounds of the pattern. On each petal of the flower I then proceeded to make it into a granny square with dc. The next round was done all the way around in dc, next round was done in loops all around, in the loops for the next round I did hdc V stitch around, the last round I did with hdc around.
As you can see I started to sew the blanket together and I do believe it is going to be what the customer wanted. After I get everything sewn together I am planning on putting a border around the whole blanket. When I am finished with the blanket I will post an updated picture.
Thanks for stopping by to see what has been on my creative agenda! Hope you all are having a Fantastic Weekend!