September 7, 2011

Gave Up and Moving On

Last week I posted about a new pattern of my own that I was trying to work up.  It seemed like such a simple thing in my head, but getting it to work out with hook and yarn was quite another.  Rather than get more frustrated, I'm putting that aside for a bit and going to move on to something I do know how to crochet - scarves!

Sandy over at Bridge and Beyond collects knit and crochet projects year around for the homeless and less fortunate in the greater Columbus area so I thought I'd go through my stash and see how many scarves I could whip up for her.  The cold weather will be here in Ohio before you know it and a warm scarf would be welcomed by those who spend the bulk of their day outside.

It's been chilly and rainy here and more of the same expected today, so a perfect day to stay inside and crochet.  I haven't decided which pattern(s) to use yet but will likely try a few with different color combinations, perhaps stripes going the long way.  I've got enough yarn in my stash that I should be able to complete several to donate this month.  I'm anxious to see what I can do with smaller bits of yarn and will likely end up with more than one 'scarf of many colors'.

What're you up to this week?  Getting ready for fall?




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6 comments:

Debi Y. said...

That's a very nice thing to do. :)

Mindy said...

That sounds wonderful! Have fun!

Susan said...

HI Marie Anne!

I'll be making a lot of hats & scarves for charity... I should start on it soon they way it feels it there..:-)

Susan

Deb said...

Thanks for letting me join...but I did goof up and post this on your last week's link-up cause I scrolled down too far...sorry 'bout that!!!

Marsha S said...

I'm later getting my post in today but it's done.
giving to charity is always good

Maria Merlino said...

Enjoying all the hard hard work you put into this!
Thanks!
Maria