Sunday, August 2, 2009

Another Cat Bag Holder!

Here is another cat bag holder that I made for a friend. She has a black and white cat and I tried to copy it somewhat!!!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Cat Tissue Cover

This is a cover for tissues that I made for my Mom. My daughter says it looks like a dog, but it's supposed to be a kitty cat! I think that the cheeks turned out a bit too large, but Mom will love it! I hope anyway!!!

Monday, June 22, 2009

This cow is a toaster cover! She's all white and black, though it seems in the picture that there are shadows or something, so it looks pink or brown tinged in places, but it's really white. She was fun to make! Now I may have to make the cow plastic bag holder that I found a pattern for!!!

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Cat Tunnel

This is a cat tunnel that I made with some extra yarn that I had. I got 3 metal hoops from a freecycler and figured I'd do this with it! That's Morgaine inside of it. She likes to lay down instead of play! But the other cats like to play in it!

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Bear Bag Holder

I just finished this bear for a friend of mine and thought I might as well post her picture! She's a bag holder. My daughter says she looks like a Koala. I found the pattern at Just search for 'bagdelena bear'.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

This is a plastic bag holder that I made for my Mom. She loves cats, so she got a cat one! I got the pattern from

Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Well I am finally finished with this afghan! This all started almost 2 years ago when I was trying to decide on my next project. My daughter was tired of going with me to the yarn store every week, so she said I should do something challenging to me. So I told her she could pick out what I should do. So she asked me to make this afghan. It's an Annie's Attic pattern from the Annie's Crochet Quilt Afghan Club, called Points of Light. I found it really challenging. At first I couldn't figure out how to do the squares - you start with 1 color and make a triangle, then add another color and finish the rest of the square. Then of course put them all together. I had to stop working on it entirely because I couldn't crochet. I have rheumatoid arthritis and my wrists and hands were the worst. But after medication, etc., it's gotten so I can do a bit of crocheting again, so I started working on this. I wanted to finish by her birthday which is March 16th, so I made it! WHEW. She's thrilled with it and I'm just glad it's done!!!!