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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

100% Crafty Content Goodness

Finally I post something related to either crochet or knitting. Instead of droning on about horses and roses. It's a wonder anyone ever reads this blog. First up - I've finished Renee's scarf for the Summer Scarf Swap. Here's a picture!

Is that BEAUTIFUL or what? Haven't you been dying for a scarf just like this? Can't you tell how long it must have taken to crochet this? I know ... you're all speechless with amazement. Actually I can't show you the entire scarf until AFTER Renee has received it. That's the way these swapper thingers work. But it's done, it's finished and it only has a minimum of cat saliva worked into the yarn. Of course you can't simply send a scarf; no, you have to throw other goodies in as well. That's an unspoken rule. Hands up everyone that thinks Andy would survive the trip to Texas.

She's a genius.

Authentic Trek Sock Bag

How cute is this? Don't you wish you had one too? Trek made this for me in exchange for some dark chocolate. I definitely got the better end of that deal. It's fully lined and don't you love the cute little applique? And the ribbon drawstring is sooo pretty. You could use this as a sock bag, a scarf bag or a whatever you want bag. If you had a small chihuahua it would probably even fit in here. I would strongly suggest you check out Trek's blog, a bag like this could easily cost you $20 in your LYS. Who knows what you'll get yours for?

And another addition to the Sharkey hook collection. Size L.

2 Comments:

  • At 5:14 AM, Blogger trek said…

    Thanks, April - the chocolate hasn't arrived yet - although the rains have (bummer, that). I'm glad you like your bag and thanks for the post.

     
  • At 7:15 AM, Blogger Renee said…

    Uh, my kitty Sam said something about no room at the inn. I don't know what that means, cuz heck, what's one more cat!

    Oh, wait, that Andy is a scamp when it comes to the yarn...

     

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