Sunday, July 12, 2009

Coolie and Key Chain

Coolie made from theKeeping it Cool pattern, in Crochet World magazine 2009. Of course I changed it I changed the popcorn stitches to cross stitches.

I also made this key chain. It is my own pattern to replace a key chain I had.

Monday, May 25, 2009



by Ima Nutt

This disease affects women of all ages, races and religions. However, it has now started to afflict men as well. The most distressing part of having one of your loved ones catch Hookinosis, is that there is no know cure. Recently a group of men have formed the S.P.C.W. (Society of Prevention of Crocheting by Women) and have started a fund drive in hopes that, with more research, a cure may be found within the next few years.
Hookinosis has just recently come to the attention of the medical profession, since it has always been considered a hobby, but after some extensive testing, it has been found that women who crochet go through actual withdrawal symptoms, when their yarn supply has been cut off.
Some of these symptoms are:
1. Irritability.
. Nervousness.
3. Extreme craving for yarn and crochet hooks.
4. Inability to concentrate.

Since I am listing some of the withdrawal symptoms, I may as well make a list of symptoms to watch for if you feel your loved one may be catching Hookinosis:
1. Yarn and crochet hooks lying all over.
2. Sleeps with yarn under her pillow.
3. Crochets matching booties for your cat and dog.
4. Gets extremely agitated if her yarn supply runs low.

If you feel your loved one fits any of these symptoms listed above, try to get her to join Yarnaholics Anonymous. Even tho there is no cure as yet, the organization may be able to help your family cope better with this affliction. Those of you who have not yet been stricken with this disease, please keep your family safe. Crocheting is very contagious, and the best way to prevent it's ravages is to keep your females completely away from yarn, thread and crochet hooks or anyone who already has Hookinosis.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

~~Happy Mother's Day to all!~~~

I do hope each of you ladies has a very happy, blessed, and peaceful Mother's Day!


Wednesday, July 2, 2008


Otay here it is!!.....

My son's graduation afghan! I am soooo glad to be done!! While I think it looks otay. I don't like it being so narrow. I can never seem to make a good square. It comes out narrow. Son wanted it long.

Close up of hat and high school letters...

Close up of the edging...

Close up of the tassel....

Close up of a letter...

There is a couple more close ups in my album here on Multiply if you want to see them.

How do you like it??

Now I can move on. WOOHOO!! LOL

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Practice the Single Crochet Swatch

Single Crochet Swatch

Design by Lavahalo Crochet


Red Heart Super Saver- In color of your choice. Small amount of yarn.

Hook Size- “I” (5.5mm)

Measures- approximately 4¼” wide by just over 5” long

Stitches Used:

Ch= chain

Sc= single crochet

Sl= slip stitch


Ch 14

Row 1- sc in second ch from hook and in each st across, turn (13 sc)

Row 2-20- ch1, sc in first st and in each st across, turn. (13 sc)

Do Not Fasten off


Ch1, 19 sl st evenly down the side, ch1, 13 sl st across the bottom, ch1, 19 sl st evenly up the side, ch1, sl st 13 across the top, sl st in first ch1 st, Fasten Off.