Ornaments, etc.

I've been busy crocheting in the evenings to finish a couple of projects. The photo above is a crocheted dishcloth. It is one of several that I have completed over the past month. I'll use a couple of them as "White Elephant" gifts at our Sunday School Christmas party next week.
Here is a close-up of a few of the crocheted snowflake ornaments that I've also been working on. I soaked them in heavy spray starch and pinned them to a piece of cardboard covered in plastic wrap and freezer paper to dry. Today they will be ready to attach a hanging cord to and hung up on the tree.

This photo shows the entire set that I have crocheted these past weeks.
I finished piece the quilt top for Debby's Snowman quilt yesterday and today I'll be loading it on the machine and start quilting. Once that is done I still need to get my son's quilt on the machine and quilt it. I'll do an overall design on that quilt. It's a tesselating star quilt. I made this quilt when he was around 8 years old and tied it to make a quick gift. That was pre-longarm days. I decided it needed to be quilted on the machine before I gave it back to him. It's been stored in my closet for the past few years, but DS has decided he wants to use it again.


Chris said…
Wow they are amazing. I teach meteorology and I am really impressed.
Hi, Susan! I saw your face on my blog as one of my followers! Thanks!! I'm glad you like my blog.

I love the croched snowflakes. They're gorgeous. I don't know how to crochet. Your work is fantastic.

I'll check back later to see the quilt you are quilting for your son.

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