Tag Archives: scrap yarn

#35 – A Scrappy Ripple

This is what 28 ounces of scrap balls looks like. That’s sixteen ounces of various Peaches and twelve of Pinks. Emily seems to think that the very orangest of the peaches smells far too Bright! lol. I sometimes use either … Continue reading

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#12 – Still Thirsty

Making the yellow scrap ripple, ‘Lemonaide’, was so much fun, I wanted to do a red one. Not having nearly enough red scraps, I included some orange, rose and peach ones, as well as a partial skein of RHSS ‘Cherry … Continue reading

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#33 – One Last Scrap Ripple

I made the fifth and last of this spring and summer’s scrap series out of the pastel scraps that were left when I finished the fourth one. plus black, grey and white scraps. ‘Reading’ from right to left you can … Continue reading

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#21 Another Scrap Ripple

I’ve created a little game for myself where I start planning my next scrap ripple by looking at what yarns I have left from the last one that I just finished. In this case, that was last month’s ‘Spring Rain’. … Continue reading

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Ripple Round-up

This year, for the first time, I stored all the ripples I made during the warm months. I’ve filled Rubbermaid bins in our attic with ripple after ripple since late May. As the weather has started to cool I’ve been … Continue reading

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A-Campin’ We Did Go

Our plan was to leave for the campground as soon as DH got home from work on Friday. We were so proud of ourselves; we had remembered to pack the lawn chairs that we overlooked last time! lol. No need … Continue reading

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Many Mushrooms

As often happens when working on a scrap project, I have plenty of some shades and not nearly enough of others, so I’ve pulled some skeins from my stash to fill the largest gaps. The most unusual is Mary Maxim’s … Continue reading

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