Tuesday, September 5, 2017

Some Yarn Happiness!

Well I tried this last night and no go so let's try a post tonight! LOL! Anyway, last month I made thirty dollars on surveys I did. Jack wanted me to have some fun with it and who am I to argue? I bought this package of yarn from Herrschner's for 27 dollars and had enough left to buy a pattern from Joyce Lewis AKA Sunnica called "beehives and clover". Here is the yarn first.
And here is the first square done.
It is not a difficult pattern per say but the construction makes it a little tricky if you were a beginner in crocheting. It is worked continuously and you must take care nothing becomes twisted as the square here shows what I mean.
Oh, look what Jack came home with the other day! He knows I love fall and crocheting towel toppers so these will be wonderful to do!
I saw some today with pumpkins on them and me thinks I might need them as well! Now here is Miss Sylvia Joy enjoying her day!

Thanks for visiting. Huggles and blessings.


Laura Lane said...

How fun to get new yarn! I have a bunch of dishcloth yarn I need to use up. I would like to get some new hat yarn. My almost 20 year old says she'd like one of the hats with a hole in the top for a messy bun. I guess they're the newest thing. It's a Christmas idea!


Mary said...

What lovely colors of yarn, very Autumny as well! I've been wanting to try crocheting dish towel tops as well but haven't found any good instructions that I understood..

Mii Stitch said...

Great new stash and lovely new start too.

Marlene jones said...

it is becoming cooler now. I love the way you choose such bright colours.

Regina said...

I love Herrscheners! Another place to get yarn is Knitting Warehouse which is my second favorite place to get crochet supplies. You chose some very pretty colors too. Thank you for sharing and as usual Miss Sylvia is adorable!

Margaret said...

Nice new stash! Love the colors. Sylvia looks very contented!

PlainCatholic said...

The blessings of "mad money". It's great to be able to get those things that allow us to produce for the Lord.

roth phallyka said...

I guess they're the newest thing. It's a Christmas idea!