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Ok so this is a picture of the ruffle scarf completed. I had to buy another skein but since I am on a yarn buying diet I can only buy one skein to finish projects only. It still sucks because I have to figure out how to finish that skein after my project is done. I am going to see if it’s enough to add gloves to my set. Always open to any suggestions from the gifted people on this blog!!! 

    
   

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Skein 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, & 36

Ok I have been MIA but I have been a busy bee. I have a crop grey and blue shrug that I love. The pattern works up quick (a day and a half per shrug). A breast cancer awareness scarf also a quick work up and a very mobile pattern. Last but not least a breast cancer awareness full sized shrug. The best thing about all of these patterns is that they were FREE!! I love free. I have a few more projects in the works for breast cancer awareness month.  Standby I am on a roll. Planning on putting my items on ETSY this weekend.  Excuse my yarn strings but I am still weaving in the ends.

    
    
    
    
    
 

Skein 28, 29, and 30

Aww shucks I think I found my mojo. I am working on a stadium blanket since it is football season and I am always at a football game 😒. I am working on this pattern that I got an idea for. It is a stadium seat pad and a blanket in one. The neatest part is it folds into a nice portable bag as well. I haven’t taken pics yet but I will post them as soon as I finish the entire project. Right now it just looks like a big blob is nothing. I am also almost done with my teddy bear book bag and I made a matching pencil case.

Skein 22

This has been a long time coming but finally finished a skein on this blanket. Love the finished product. Still have to add the border but this was my 22 skein. It already has a home with a little bundle of joy who has yet to make his grand entrance to earth but I am prayerful he will love his blanket none the less.

Skein 21

Traveling today and finally finished skein 21. It is the beginning of an adult sized mermaidtale afghan. I didn’t want to buy a pattern so I am tweaking the instructions from  

https://youtu.be/o0gVjc0TrFk .

I am hopeful that my end result will turn out ok, since I have frogged this twice so far.  Unfortunately I didn’t bring enough yarn to finish it this trip so it may be a couple of weeks before I can post the end result. I am using the crocodile stitch to give it a scaly affect. That stitch uses quite a bit of yarn but it also extends your work time. If it comes out as I have envisioned it is going to be beautiful.