Well, it's November and it's Daylight Savings Time in my neck of the woods. I'm not sure why we are saving daylight, we had plenty in the summer;) But I don't make the rules.
I am on round 24 of the "Oopsie" afghan. It looks great, even if I do say so myself. It is coming together quickly even thought it looks difficult.
On to the patterns:
For those of you who love dogs, here is a dog shaped scarf
I can see where fingerless mitts could sometimes be handy so here's a pattern for a pair: http://www.craftbits.com/viewProject.do?projectID=2573&utm_source=100609NS&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=cb
My favorite hand coverings are mittens. Yes, I know you can crochet gloves, but I just like having my fongers free.
I'm not quite ready for snow, but I am ready for some crochet snowflakes
and more crochet snowflakes
This looks as if it would be very handy for those folks who use a walker - could be great for nursing home residents -a walker bag
How about a beautiful doily
Or maybe some crocheted Queen Anne's lace
This is really cool - you could use it on a card - a crochet poinsettia
This is just to look at, but it's pretty cool - a crocheted evening gown
I know that October is over and that is supposed to be Breast Cancer Awareness month, but this would be appropriate almost any time - a breast cancer awareness scarf
That is about it for me today. As usual, I receive no freebies from posting these items. In this economy, who could afford payola;)