There’s really not much going on here. I spent Monday back at work and I do mean there was a lot of stress going on that day. I didn’t even have time to destress with a little crochet on my lunch break (that consisted of 15 minutes) Thank goodness I managed to rip out John’s hat before I left for work that morning. I made him the hat two years ago for Christmas and had forgotten how I made it.
I noticed at the Barn Sale that his hat kept creeping up onto his head, so I took a closer look and found out that it was too tight around the edge and it was making it creep up on his head. But when I started taking it out; I found out that I started at the edge and worked my way up to the top of the hat, so when I finally figured that out I ripped the whole thing out and started over with my pattern.
I love the way it looks now and John says that it fits him so much better.
I also finished up another camo earflap hat that would fit about a 6 or 7 year old.
After work I made dinner and my Megan joined us. (sorry no pictures) Then she went with me to the charity workshop. (again no pictures, I must be slipping or just tired?) Oh by the way I made a peachy hat but again, no picture. I’ll make sure I take one as soon as I finish the scarf that goes with it.
On Tuesday I finished up this little KU Jayhawks hat that a co-worker ordered from me for her baby nephew. I really love how it turned out and I think she will love it too.
Tuesday evening was the first session of my October Crochet 101 class. I was very excited to find out that I had 4 people in my class and guess what? Three out of 4 had never held a crochet hook in their hands. But just look at all of them; they all caught on very fast and with a little practice they are on their way to making afghans, scarves, or whatever they choose to make. I had lots of fun getting to know these young ladies and I am looking forward to seeing how well they have done throughout the week at their next session. How’s your week going? I would love to hear all about it.