A basket of finished projects…waiting to be photographed and shipped off.
Ripple of pink from my scrap basket
Detail of pink ripple scarf
Matching pink ripple slouchy hat
A forest of beautiful greens made up this shawl for my cousin, Sheila
This is truly painting with yarn!!
Desert sands is what I call this scarf made up of scrap yarn
Detail of Desert Sands scarf
Strawberry cream hat (the final bits of yarn from the Strawberries projects)
Strawberry ice cream is what this one reminds me of!
See what I mean about stripes of strawberry & vanilla?
Strawberry ice cream wrap (made with the leftovers from Kim’s wrap)
Lots of luscious chained fringe!
Wedding cake shawl (made entirely of scrap yarn)
Wedding cake shawl (my modified version of The Lost in Time shawl)
All those curlicues remind me of cake frosting!
Detail of wedding cake shawl
Fun new spiral hat pattern
The spirals come to life!
Infinity neck loop to match the Spiral hat
Lightweight & super versatile pennant shawl
I love the earthy colors in this shawl!
I’ve known Crystal since she was 5, so as an “honorary Grandma”, I just had to make something special for her new baby girl.
Baby Kenzie and her soft blankie.
My Peacock shawl made from possum merino yarn
I decided to call this the Peacock shawl as “possum yarn” shawl doesn’t sound as nice!
Back detail of Peacock shawl
The Peacock shawl in all its glory.
Creating a beautifully soft wrap for my cousin, Kim, and her upcoming birthday
Kim’s wrap is complete (and in time for her big day!)
I named this one Strawberries & Cream.
I like to say my creations & gifts are “Theresa hugs” immortalized in yarn. All my love & good wishes are in each stitch.
My basket of projects on one of my rugs. (And Wesley who is my crochet partner).
This is a very large, lush wrap invented and created on cold late winter evenings.
I created a stitch pattern of my own for this one.
I’m very pleased with how this made up pattern turned out!
Detail of Harbor Mist wrap
Variegated yarns can be contrary, but I love how this one came together.
The yarn was named Harbor Mist and the description fits perfectly!
Gray and pink basket weave scarf
Detail of basket weave stitch
I love the curly chained fringe on this scarf!
I liked this one so much I kept it for myself.
Crocodile hood done up in blue
I had so much fun with this pattern that I made two!
My mom is always cold so this was her Christmas gift this year (2020)
Back view of Mom’s basket weave wrap.
Detail of Mom’s basket weave wrap
Large hand dyed merino wool wrap made for my sister’s 50th birthday
The colors in this wrap are so beautiful.
Wesley approves of the comfort factor!
Scrap afghan complete and on display.
Gorgeous yarn brought to me from New Zealand.
Celebrating Christmas 2020…One of my crocheted snowflakes (stiffened in an epsom salt bath and plenty of glitter paint!) on a gorgeous live tree in our new home.
Mourning Shawl (a modified virus shawl)
Gorgeous colors! I can’t decide if this pattern reminds me more of owl eyes, or the eye portion of a peacock feather….
This a giant shawl – and the yarn is so very soft. Wrapping yourself in it is a comforting hug in moody, melancholy colors. This is a shawl to think and dream in….
My beautiful sister modeling one of my crocheted infinity scarves
Baby blanket for a beautiful little boy named Hendricks
Fun & Funky blue flower hat
Squares for a friendship afghan. Two of each design so we could exchange and then create afghans together
Completed friendship afghan
Friendship afghan makes a comfortable back rest
Detail of Mom’s Painted Yarn shawl
My mom loves bright colors so this beauty was a special 70th birthday afghan
Purple tam and loop scarf
Cozy winter scarf and slouchy hat
Neon and black scarf, hat and fingerless gloves
Pastel scarf and fingerless gloves
Black and Gray loop scarf and hat
My girl makes my crocheted pieces look amazing!
Birthday afghan for my daughter
Red, gray and black birthday afghan
A pretty bright shrug to match my sister’s colorful hair!
Robin Hood’s hood….made in Tunisian crochet
Large scrap afghan made for my husband
Aqua and gray shawl made for my Grandmother
My Grandma modeling her shawl.
The middle portion of a queen sized star afghan
Brilliant colors for a snuggly winter scarf
My spiderweb shawl – one of the more ambitious projects I’ve taken on recently. I think I’ve discovered a new addiction for complex patterns. I love the puzzle of how it all comes together!
The spiderweb shawl in its beautiful new home. (my sister’s place). I’m so very pleased with how it turned out!
Snowflakes crocheted and then stiffened in salt water
Making up snowflake patterns was hugely entertaining!
Christmas gifts for friends and family
Leftover bits of yarn created this colorful wrap
Misty Sunset shawl detail
Cream circular Goddess Shawl
Goddess shawl made for my stepmom
Such a beautiful pattern and its elegant design suits my stepmom to perfection!
Scrap yarns made into a cozy shrug
Bright and fun swirly shawl for my sister in law who loves purple.
Back view of Swirly shawl
Large Light green circular rug crocheted with strips of bedsheets
Solly’s favorite place for a nap.
Oval rug made from sheets for my stepmother
Medium circular rug made for my little sister
Oval bathroom rug made from sheets
My grandpup, Kygo, also approves of my rugs
Colorful stripe crocheted rug
Small crocheted rug made from scrap pieces of sheets
Medium green circular rug
Crocheted oval rug made for my mom’s bedroom
Crocheted blue oval rug made for my sister
Thor seems to approve of the new rug!
Queen size afghan made for my Dad’s 80th birthday
Fun capelet made for my Grandma
Heavy snuggle shrug in soft bright colors