these are GORGEOUS, jenny! i am so excited to see more as you work to complete your project. i am inspired!
beautiful, jenny! i wish i knew how to make stuff like that. :)
Are you kidding me?!?!?!These are amazing- how did you get so many talents balled up into that head of yours? I want to sign up for a lesson :0)
These are SO great! What book do you recommend for learning how? I'd love to make myself something too! :)
thanks guys!brianne- yes, you can sign up for a lesson ;) I'm thinking about hosting a crochet party in March...but you can always come over earlier if we can get the boys to nap at the same time.casey- i have the happy hooker book which i haven't really used but heard it's great for beginners...but since i already knew how to crochet the book Rebekah gave me was perfect (for granny squares only): 200 Crochet Blocks by Jan Eaton.good luck!
They really are pretty and uniform size squares. You're extremely talented. I'm hoping you have the urge to make the monkey blanket next; it would be a great gift for newborns and little ones. I think Wes would love it.
so cute! I can't wait to see the final product.
I am speechless and have my hook and yarn ready when you are :)!!truly gorgeous Jenny and I am thrilled your keeping one of your treasures for yourself!
Jenny! It's beautiful. You are really talented! :)
These are great! You've always been good with a hook Jenny.
How are you liking the Vanna WHite yarn? Does it feel scratchy or soft when it's knit up? I like the price point, but I usually only buy yarn with natural fibers, so I've hesitated until now.
These are beautiful, Jenny! This is exactly the reason why I begged my neighbor to teach me to crochet a couple of weeks ago! I am still learning the basic stitches, but my goal is to learn how to do granny squares :) I would totally take you up on a lesson if we lived closer!xo
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