I made five scarves this weekend!

I don’t know what came over me this week. I crocheted one scarf last weekend with the yarn my brother brought me from Ireland, then I made another…then I went and spent $100+ on yarn Thanksgiving night and as of a few minutes ago, I wrapped up the last of five scarves.

I worked my hook and yarn for 14 hours yesterday to make the bases. Then today I weaved them with sparkly eyelash yarns and some other fun fibers. I’m going to sell them at Crafteteria this Friday night, and then I’ll put them in my Etsy shop.

My greatest moment of pride came when, after each one I completed, Maya would say “Oh! Can I have THIS one?” She loved all of them. And my sister Theresa ordered an orange one! That’s a good sign because they have different taste and style than me, so if they appealed to them, hopefuly other people will like them too! I’ll keep you posted.

It felt so good to make something new. Just me and my yarn! I felt just like Ofie in my Waking Up in the Land of Glitter novel -speed crochet all the way!

Felicidades,
Kathy 🙂
Check out my new novel! MISS SCARLET’S SCHOOL OF PATTERNLESS SEWING

Love & light,


3 Responses

  1. wonderful! I have been knitting hats and a cowl. IT FEELS SO AWESOME. I loved your video showing the additions to your yarn stash.
    I remember when my girls were little and every quilt I ever made eldest daughter wanted. My younger one too, but that was later on. Now my daughter wants each hat and bag. My son, well, he wants other stuff… 😀
    Enjoy. love your blog/site.

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