Saturday, January 2, 2010

Pink Saturday

Happy 1st Pink Saturday in the New Year!! Today's post Beverly from "How Sweet the Sound" asked us to post a project we wish to accomplish in 2010. This is a throw and almost done but I started about 8 years ago...helloo?? I then put it down it was my 1st crochet project I went to this knitting shop and learned this pattern but after I put it down I forgot..So this year I will go to the Silver Canvas in Larchmont NY and Alice will help me again so I can finish! Stay tuned...lol Happy Pink Saturday to All!!

14 comments:

KarenHarveyCox said...

Happy Pink Saturday. I don't know how to crochet, but my Grandmother crocheted beautifully. It always looked so relaxing to me, and you end up with such a beautiful creation too.

Happy New Year.
Karen

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

Beautiful Pink for your shell stitch afghan. Perfect project to finish in 2010. Have fun and enjoy the rewards of crochet...a finished afghan.

Sara said...

Did you start that for Isabella? LOL! You can do it! That's a great, achieveable goal!

Pam said...

The colors are lovely. I'm sure you will quickly pick up the crochet technique. Your afghan will be lovely when completed.

Happy Pink Saturday

LaVerne said...

That throw is BEAUTIFUL...of course, you'll finish it. Love the yarn and the pattern...it looks pretty complicated for a novice crochet project. That can't have been your first crochet work! If it is, well, you obviously have the right talents or genes or instincts for it because it's going to be a treasure. thanks for stopping by on Pink Saturday. LaVerne in Texas

Rosie@Journey to Charm said...

Hi Grace. It looks like a very beautiful afghan. It also looks very warm with me sitting here in 4 degree temps. Good luck with finishing it. I'm afraid my crocheting is limited to quick potholders. Rosie

Shirl said...

Hello, Happy Pink Saturday! Thank you so much for stopping by. Love your post this week. I hope you get your lovely afghan done. So far it's beauitful. I love to crochet but just do little things. I always have a tiny afghan going to take to the nursery at our local hospital. I keep them supplied.
Have a great week!
Blessings, Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage

That shabby Pink Girl said...

Hi
very pretty crochet throw~`lucky you, I can't crochet or knit~~I appreciate anyone who does~~

Have a Wonderful New Year
marian elizabeth

The Quintessential Magpie said...

You've done a great job so far, Grace! I wouldn't know where to start on a project like this, but my sister is the crochet queen. I stand in awe of her and you and anyone who does handwork like this!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Jenny said...

Hi, I saw you on Pat's blog. I've always wanted to crochet but the whole process eludes me. I signed up to follow you!

LemonyRenee' said...

Good for you. Go for it! It will be lovely when it's finished.

Carrie @ Cottage Cozy said...

You can do it! No Problem...especially with a little guidance. Good Luck...hmmm now what do i need to finish!

Carrie

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Oh Grace! I've done that too! Started a crochet project, put it aside, and could not remember how to proceed! Have fun finished this project...it's going to be beautiful! Happy New Year! Coralie

craftin cookin n bakin away! said...

I'm excited to see the finished project; I know you'll get it completed! I so want to learn how to crochet and knit...I bought a kit from ac moore to knit but could not figure it out; I'm better visually seeing something done than reading it LOL. Good Luck! xo