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Monday, July 12, 2021

Some Crochet

Fabulous the flamingo

I've been a busy little hooker around here.  (Words my mother never wanted to hear.)  Last week was Spirit Week for ESK and one of the challenges was to make a mascot.  I'm on the Fiber Flock team so I found a flamingo pattern and got to work!  I used the Floyd the Flamingo pattern and some yarn leftover from other projects (which is why he's such a dark pink/red violet color).  I absolutely fell in love with his rose wings!

Fabulous the flamingo

He was a fun little project to make and I'm happy with my finished flamingo!

Mable doily

I also finished my Mable doily and got it blocked.  I actually stopped two rounds before what's supposed to be the end because I couldn't figure out how to get the next round to look right and line up with what I had.  I went back and double checked and my previous rounds were correct, so it wasn't a case of making up my own round again.  

Mable doily

I looked at the pattern, checked my crochet book, and even spent time watching YouTube videos of crochet trying to figure out what was going on.  Finally, I admitted defeat (or maybe I was just emotionally done at that point) and called it finished.  I'm super happy with how it looks after blocking and I bet you'd have never known that I skipped the last two rounds if I hadn't have told you.

Mable doily

This finished at 16 inches across after blocking.  I crocheted it on a 3.25mm hook with fingering weight yarn.  Obviously Newton approves of it, since he's trying to steal it for his own use.  

Both the doily and the flamingo are put away now where he can't get them.  I don't want him eating anything strange.  Again.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous LeAnn Whiting said...

Your doily has a much cleaner, fresh look without the picot rows. I'd say "Well done" and be finished, too. Fred is adorable. I'm glad my Bernese Mountain Dogs are happy to simply "love on" my knitting with a thorough sniff while i am working on a piece - no stealing or tasting.

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