Friday, July 17, 2009


This is an afghan I made for my sister-in-law's oldest daughter.
And I made this one for her youngest daughter.

I just thought I would put up some more pictures of the things I've been crocheting, so you can all see them.


Pop and Ice said...

They're all very pretty. Doesn't crocheting hurt your hands or fingers at all? Or is it just worth it?

BubbleGirl said...

Crocheting is about one of the only things I can do (for some unknown reason) that doesn't hurt my fingers or wrists, or even my shoulders for that matter. The only pain I have is when I get a new blister under my callous, or if I dislocate my ankles from sitting in the same position too long.

elise said...

I LOVE that hat! Any chance you'd be willing to sell one? I'm a hat girl and I never have enough and this one is just tooooooo cute! I especially love the flower accent.
I hope you are doing well.
Hugs and warm thoughts.

Achelois said...

Hello I have had your blog on my reader for a while now. They are so beautiful. I have recently taken up knitting again and am tentatively thinking of crotchet which i have never attempted before! I have EDS also and my fingers/wrists/thumbs/ are extremely hypermobile but have found knitting a great pain distraction and as long as I pace well a good way to keep them a little stronger - hold a cup successfully or write with a pen a complete no no! You are very talented, I absolutely adore the hat.

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