Here is my crochet year in review with a little bit of knitting thrown in from time to time.
During the winter, I worked on two afghans plus a quilt for my new grandson, Daniel. This is the finished wavy ripple afghan that I gave him.
This was an attempt at the afghan you see above. After I crocheted awhile I saw it was going to be too long and narrow. I tried adding a border but wasn't satisfied with it. It is in a sack somewhere with more yarn to be repurposed next year or donated.
Two baby hats I knit for Daniel.
This is granny squares set with a granny ripple crochet. This is as much as I've finished.
I made a few cotton dishcloths. Here are just a couple of them.
I crocheted this granny square afghan as a gift for a friend's granddaughter.
This was a crochet along that started with two squares of fabric sewn together with a buttonhole stitch around the edge finished by crochet. I just made the one square.
I get a lot of email about my Mitered Square Sock Blanket. I started it awhile ago but once in awhile I pull it out and add a few squares.
I rewrote the tutorial to show how to join the squares and add squares on the sides.
This is my progress on it to date.
I buy fleece remnants at our local fabric shop, go around the edge with a skip stitch blade that I ordered on line, and crochet an edging on them. After I've done a few, I donate them to our local chapter of Project Linus.
I found this photo taken this year and don't know what (or where) it is. I don't know why there is the one plain gold row and the rest is granny stitch.
I had this photo posted on my blog for this past year, but I think that I finished most of this giant granny square afghan last year.
I might have made it larger and added this Ole Ole border from Sucrette's blog this year.
This is a pile of granny squares for my Cath Kidston granny square afghan.
Here it is finished.
I made a couple of African Flower blocks. I'd like to make more of these in 2013.
This was a Babette Blanket that I started. I just don't really like it, so it is a bag somewhere.
Knit entrelac scarf. Two more skeins to go.
Here are my three attempts at the Mixed Stitch Afghan stitch along over at Little Woolie's blog. I started this over three times and started a pillow, but there is one part of it that just won't lay flat. So I started my own mixed stitch blanket over again......also in a bag somewhere.
I made this one as a Christmas gift for my daughter-in-law, and I have a third one on the needles.
In the fall I started this shell afghan.
And I finished my granny stripe afghan.
I hope you have enjoyed my year in review yarn projects.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. It's been nice getting to know many of you this past year, and I appreciate your comments. I hope you will visit again in 2013!
Happy New Year to you!