It's hard to believe that we've had six-plus inches and it isn't even Thanksgiving yet - weird, weird weather this year.
That crochet class I took worked. I now know how to wield the hook. It's fun and fast.
Last night DD#1 dropped a pile of yarn in my lap and said, "Please crochet me a hat." Since I was a little burned out from the design work I had been doing all day, I jumped at the request. The hat was done in an hour. I think the hook I used was a little big, but I'm still learning, and DD#1 is thrilled.
Lest you think I've forgotten about my needles, a baby Zeebee for your viewing pleasure. I used STR Mediumweight in Blue Moonstone. This is to go with the BSJ I made a few weeks ago. Do you think a baby's head is about the size of a grapefruit?
Scout sent these beauties for me to play with. Aren't they gorgeous!?! I spent most of yesterday, drawing, swatching and working out the design. Her yarn is so inspiring. The blue reminds me of the delft tiles surrounding the fireplace in the house where I grew up. That room was beautiful. My mom's favorite in the house she dreamed up and made our home. Scout named the blue "Loops" which makes me giddy!