Moonie posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Started off as 15 stiches x 5 stiches, it is now 79 stiches x 69 stitches as it is being crocheted in the round. So each round adds 2 stiches to each dimension,

It is alive then 

You are very clever 

Why thank you, kind sir!

 

I'm still better at knitting than crochet - overall, because of the way the op affected me........and I haven't done any crocheting for years because of how awkward it was, compared to knitting.

 

If anyone is interested enough, they can go to a site called 'Love Knitting'. I am BethD there and you can see some of my knitting, including what I've posted here.

Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing
Lori posted:

I know this is not knitting...but it is currently occupying all of my free timeβ€”a baby quilt for one of my choir friends: 89ABC1CA-EE87-4504-B6E7-BDF35997B6B4

i just got it pinned with the batting and backing yesterday afternoon, and started to quilt it. I hope to finish before the baby graduates high school. 😬

Gorgeous Lori πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»....but why not aim for finishing before college 

Baz
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:
Moonie posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Started off as 15 stiches x 5 stiches, it is now 79 stiches x 69 stitches as it is being crocheted in the round. So each round adds 2 stiches to each dimension,

It is alive then 

You are very clever 

Why thank you, kind sir!

 

I'm still better at knitting than crochet - overall, because of the way the op affected me........and I haven't done any crocheting for years because of how awkward it was, compared to knitting.

 

If anyone is interested enough, they can go to a site called 'Love Knitting'. I am BethD there and you can see some of my knitting, including what I've posted here.

Oooo will check it out EFFT 

Baz
Baz posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:
Moonie posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

Started off as 15 stiches x 5 stiches, it is now 79 stiches x 69 stitches as it is being crocheted in the round. So each round adds 2 stiches to each dimension,

It is alive then 

You are very clever 

Why thank you, kind sir!

 

I'm still better at knitting than crochet - overall, because of the way the op affected me........and I haven't done any crocheting for years because of how awkward it was, compared to knitting.

 

If anyone is interested enough, they can go to a site called 'Love Knitting'. I am BethD there and you can see some of my knitting, including what I've posted here.

Oooo will check it out EFFT 

Some lovely things on there EFFT , but which page are you on please ....I went through about 10 pages , but there are over 1600

Baz
Lori posted:
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:

 

I object to the title change. 

 

I have been knitting away furiously since the thread started. I have managed to knit half of the first third of the collar of my first jumper. 

 

Only jokin' about the title  

Let's see a progress shot, then!

I have taken a photograph. I just need to finish off my 35mm roll of film, get it processed at Boots and then scanned into a digital file. 

Enthusiastic Contrafibularities
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:
Lori posted:
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:

 

I object to the title change. 

 

I have been knitting away furiously since the thread started. I have managed to knit half of the first third of the collar of my first jumper. 

 

Only jokin' about the title  

Let's see a progress shot, then!

I have taken a photograph. I just need to finish off my 35mm roll of film, get it processed at Boots and then scanned into a digital file. 

But of course EC 

Baz
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:
Lori posted:
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:

 

I object to the title change. 

 

I have been knitting away furiously since the thread started. I have managed to knit half of the first third of the collar of my first jumper. 

 

Only jokin' about the title  

Let's see a progress shot, then!

I have taken a photograph. I just need to finish off my 35mm roll of film, get it processed at Boots and then scanned into a digital file. 

OK, but hurry up--I'm growing older over here!

Lori
Lori posted:
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:
Lori posted:
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:

 

I object to the title change. 

 

I have been knitting away furiously since the thread started. I have managed to knit half of the first third of the collar of my first jumper. 

 

Only jokin' about the title  

Let's see a progress shot, then!

I have taken a photograph. I just need to finish off my 35mm roll of film, get it processed at Boots and then scanned into a digital file. 

OK, but hurry up--I'm growing older over here!

I don’t stand a chance then 

Baz
Lori posted:
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:
Lori posted:
Enthusiastic Contrafibularities posted:

 

I object to the title change. 

 

I have been knitting away furiously since the thread started. I have managed to knit half of the first third of the collar of my first jumper. 

 

Only jokin' about the title  

Let's see a progress shot, then!

I have taken a photograph. I just need to finish off my 35mm roll of film, get it processed at Boots and then scanned into a digital file. 

OK, but hurry up--I'm growing older over here!

I always saw the project and hence the finished garment as a long term project, likely to be completed after my retirement. Given that I have over a decade left in work, that may be a few years yet. 

Enthusiastic Contrafibularities
Baz posted:
Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing posted:

This address should take you to the crocheted blanket.

https://www.loveknitting.com/p...b8-a19d-c870a9a14e5d

 

scroll down a bit and on the right click SEE ALL

Gorgeous EFFT .....I particularly like the toddler cable cardigan 

Thank you.

 

As I haven't managed to get the baby hoodie in time I was thinking I might use the yarn I bought for that, to do a cable cardigan as it has more sizes than the hoodie.

Extremely Fluffy Fluffy Thing
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