Monthly Archives: April 2011

Still Finding Sweaters

Now that it’s springtime I didn’t think they would put out any more wool sweaters at Sal’s. I’m so glad that I flipped through the sweater rack anyway, because I really like this fair isle sweater jacket that I found … Continue reading

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Ripple of the Week #17

Photographed on a snow bank in February, Ripple #17 was part of my blanket stash. The obvious yarns are the three solids: blue, navy and white. Blue, Navy and Snow White 10,168 stitches crocheted  —  213,900 stitches donated ytd What’s … Continue reading

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A Camera Sock

I came across this camera sock pattern, by “not an artist”, shortly after I finished knitting my sock yarn mittens and I thought it would be a perfect use for some more of my leftover sock yarn. Hopefully it will … Continue reading

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Beginning of #18 – Mixed Vegetables

I’ve named Ripple of the Week #18 “Mixed Vegetables”, because its colors remind me of carrots, corn and beans! Let’s continue the discussion of how I chose the colors and striping pattern for this particular ripple. Before you actually begin … Continue reading

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Savers Sweaters and a Top

We bought a Savers calendar for a couple of dollars back in December, which included a sheet of monthly coupons. The coupon for March was Buy One Item, Get One Item Free (value of $10 or less), which sounds very … Continue reading

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Ripple of the Week #16

Ta-Dah!! You can read about the beginnings of Purple and Purple here. Purple and Purple 11,832 stitches crocheted – 203,732 stitches donated ytd

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Choosing Colors and Stripes for Ripple #18

This post is for those of you who are curious about how I choose the colors and striping for one of my ripple afghans. If that’s not your thing, feel free to quickly scroll down and see the color plan … Continue reading

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