Friday, November 30, 2018

Keeping busy

I have many crochet projects in the works.  I finished off a bunch of scrubbies for kitchen or bath this week and mailed most of them off.


scrubbies

I created such a long line at the Post Office that they opened a second checkout.

I love my plastic basket it keeps this project all in one spot!

It snowed again.  Roads are a bit slippery.

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19 comments:

  1. We just had a about 1/2 an inch, enough to make things slippery yesterday morning. I love the colors of your projects! So bright and cheery.

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  2. Glad you've been getting some projects finished, and got most of the stuff mailed. I have to laugh about them needing to open a second counter at the post office though.

    If you don't want your snow, feel free to send it to me.

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  3. Good for you! What pattern do you use for those scrubbies? I'm still looking for a good one! Yours are so colorful. Did they come out with a variegated yarn? What yarn, where? Curious minds want to know...lol!

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    1. I will answer your questions in the blog tomorrow:)

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  4. What do you make them out of? I cut strips of nylon net and crochet them. They work really well for s rubbing, but it kills my fingers to crochet them from that stuff.

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  5. Good for you. Glad you are getting projects done. i have been very negligent in that area this year. Bet there were a few people at the post office that were a tad displeased with you. Have a good weekend.

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  6. Always busy, it seems. Those scrubbies look like they would work great. :-)

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  7. A fun but practical item to make. The post office would love having you bring lots of things if it was "mail count" week.

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  8. Scrubbies are wonderful gifts - something everyone can use.

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  9. I love those scrubby‘s. Years are beautiful. I have never found a pattern that I like though. The ones I like best are the ones like yours that I buy at craft fairs. That’s ridiculous when I can crochet. :-). What pattern do you use? Stay safe and don’t slide around to much on the snow. Blessings, Betsy

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  10. I had never seen a scrubbie until you sent me one and I LOVE mine. Ian and I dedicated it for art clean up. What a cute little basket. :)

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  11. Good for you with the scrubbies. I have wanted to try crocheting the ones out of tulle. Have collected some tulle, I found a pattern on line, I just need a kick in the you know what to actually make some.

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  12. Love those scrubbies! I'm looking forward to tomorrow's post to learn all about them! They look like they could be a good beginner crochet project. I keep trying to learn but I always seem to crochet too tight.

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  13. I love those little scrubbies - ha that is funny at the post office (happy they had a second clerk) :) I stood in line today to purchase my holiday stamps.

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  14. Yes it is pretty easy to get a line going as they have only one person working in the morning at the old place. I intend to blog about it but I closed down old Box 413 this week. I had opened the box at the post office back in 1976. Of all of life that has been lived since then 42 years ago, I was’t so sad. My post office woman was really sad. We have an herb business in town and they come in every other day to ship out things and they smell so strong.

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