Thursday, December 6, 2012

Off the Hook and 2 Curious Kitties


One of the things I finished this week was a crocheted scarf that I started quite a while ago. It's done with Noro Silk Garden yarn which makes for interesting colors.


Mocha just had to inspect another project which was quite fun because it combined knitting and crocheting. It's a headband in Berroco Flicker which is really soft and has a bit of sparkle.


Not  to be outdone in the inspecting department, Ginger is studying my newest and last Sunbonnet Sue block.  This is the Seattle block because she's holding, you guessed it, an umbrella.
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Dick just got home from volunteering, so I have to run.  We have choir tonight and Saturday morning to rehearse for Sunday's Worship through Music service.  Catch you later.....

11 comments:

Lynn said...

Lovely scarf!

Dee said...

Cute scarf, even cuter kitties!

Becca said...

That scarf turned out really nice, and I love your assistants! Oh yes...that SBS is my favorite one!

Nancy said...

Wow, your scarf is gorgeous! Noro's color changes are perfect for this project.

Nancy Kay said...

Love the scarf. The pattern and color changes are so attractive! I get a kick out of the photos of your curious cats!

Charlene ♥ SC said...

Very nice pattern, and colors! Reminds me of tatting. Curious kitties :).
Best wishes for your musical, and Merry Christmas!

Dar said...

I've never heard of Noro silk yarn, but it looks beautiful. I don't know much about crocheting, but it looks complicated and very intricate. I love how the colors change along the way. Really cute helpers you have there too,

kathy b said...

the headband is Adorable......

So fun that you sing together!!!!!

The cats just must check it all out eh?? Same at our house

Janet said...

Great scarf! The pattern and yarn are a perfect match. Love your curious little helpers.

Shirley Isaacs said...

Hi Judy - lovely crocheted scarf.
Wishing you and your family a Very Happy Christmas and New Year.
Hugs, Shirley.

Susan Elliott said...

I love how that Noro silk garden gives you such a great variety of colors. That scarf worked out very nicely.