Don't forget our March
PATTERN OF THE MONTH
We have a BOY doll to knit,
and a warm and cozy square to crochet.
If you, like many of our talented crafters, enjoy making toys for the children, why not check out the
Find the free pattern [HERE]
Valerie has given us the pattern for her beautiful 2-loop square. Make one (or several) of these to add warmth to a little boy's blanket.
Find Valerie's pattern [HERE]
Let's see how much warmth and fun we can create this month
to help put big smiles on little faces.
If for any reason you are unable to participate, please feel free to
drop in occasionally to have a look and cheer us on :)
I have started our special March - Think Boys
If you would like me to include your photos, please click on the "Photos" tab above and add your photos there. I will then be able to copy them into our March Album. Thanks ... xo
A lovely set of squares, Karen. Love the smiley faces.
What a beauty - gorgeous tones + very neat knitting.
Lesley, this hat is a beauty! Light, dark, deep, pale - I've never met a blue I didn't like :))) This is going to be a little boy's treasure! I agree with Karen - your knitting is very neat ... xo
Wow!Love this hat!What neat work.
A happy 'scrappy' (as in using scraps of yarn....lol) hat.....pretty blues, Lesley. :))
Such gorgeous stitching Lesley. The cuff on this hat is brilliant accent to the rest of the hat. Loving this hat and so will the owner.
Wow! What beauty your odds and ends have made. Perfect.
I'm sure your friend, who ever she may be, is so very delighted......and grateful......that you remembered, Glo. These are GORGEOUS squares.....and if I squint a little, the darkest shade looks like a pretty purple (my other favourite colour). It's a win-win for me. :)) xo
A little addition to my comment.........I was so excited to see pink that I didn't read your second sentence before I commented, above. There IS purple.....and it's in TC....I thought they were knitted going by the first 'garter stitch-look row. Lovely! xo
These are special squares, Gloria .... I think Tunisian was just the right choice for that yarn. Pretty pattern, and pretty colors, too.