Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Project Record

January

Roll-brim Hat (2 for WR elementary, using 3 ounces of yarn from stash)
Wool Vest (3 for afghans for Afghans, using 18 ounces of reclaimed wool)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Holiday Magic, using 1.5 ounces of yarn from stash)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Green Acres, using 1.5 ounces of yarn from stash)
Wool Vest * (1 for afghans for Afghans, using 5.2 ounces of reclaimed wool)
Wool Hat * (1 for afghans for Afghans, using 1.4 ounces of reclaimed wool)
Chemo Hat * (2 for Carolyn, using 4.5 ounces for yarn from stash)

February

Wool Vest * (1 for afghans for Afghans, using 4.2 ounces of reclaimed wool)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Jack Frost, using 1.5 ounces of yarn from stash)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Bubblegum, using 1.5 ounces of yarn from stash)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (School Days, using 1.5 ounces of yarn from stash)
Wool Socks * (3 pair for afghans for Afghans, using 7.5 ounces of yarn from stash)
Cotton Bibs * (9 for All Crafts for Charity, using 14.4 ounces of yarn from stash)
Cotton Washcloths * (8 for All Crafts for Charity, using 7.2 ounces of yarn from stash)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Nemo, using 1.5 ounces of yarn from stash)

March

Oddball Baby Blanket * (Purplicious, using 1.7 ounces of yarn)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Olympic Rings, using 1.7 ounces of yarn)
Scrap Quilt * (Side Tracked, using 9 yards of fabric scraps and odd yardage)
Knit Hats * (3 for WR elementary, using 4.5 ounces of yarn from stash)

April

Baby Blanket * (Snowflake, using 8.9 ounces of yarn from stash)
Baby Surprise Jackets * (4 for Father's House, using 1 pound, 8 ounces of wool from stash)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Snow White, using 1.7 ounces of yarn)
Oddball Baby Blanket * (Betsy Ross, using 1.7 ounces of yarn)

May

Baby Surprise Jacket * (2 for Father's House, using 12.8 ounces of Rena's scrap yarn)
Baby Blanket * (Ball Park, using 9 ounces of yarn from stash)

Totals for January through May:
Yarn:     8 pounds, 8 ounces
Fabric:   9 yards

Art courtesy of Lion Brand

6 comments:

  1. Nancy, it is amazing what you have and can accomplish! I am proud of you and your work. Good going!

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  2. Wow! You really crank out the charity work, Nancy!! Keep up the good work.

    Kat

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  3. You have been very productive this year, even with the short crafting break you took. Your good works inspire me.

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  4. God bless you, Nancy- you do so much to help others.

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  5. Nancy, you must be a very disciplined woman. I couldn't get a list that long if I listed all the times I've done the dishes and vacuumed.

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  6. Hi Nancy! I found you through Sarita. I am in awe of your wonderful talent. I love knitting and crochet. I look forward to getting to know you better. Have a wonderful week! Twyla

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