Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Charity Quilting

Another fun little quilt made by Mary.
I love these stars. 

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Here is the EpochConverter for 2021.  

2021 Charity Quilt Count: 35

Friday, July 23, 2021

Cranky Socks

Last week I made another pair of monster socks. The heel is made by working short rows on half the cylinder needles. 
These are still my favorite socks. I love hour I can mix the yarns together and come up with a unique pair every time. 

Tools and supplies (affiliate links):

Knitter's Pride Aqua Sock Blockers, Medium
Fiskars 7 Inch Softgrip Student Scissors (snipping yarn)
5 Pieces 5 Different Size Bent Latch Hook Crochet Needle Hook (picking up dropped stitches)
Cable Clamp PRO Cable Management 4 Pack (used in place of weight buckle)
Brightech Lightview Pro Flex - Hands Free, Magnifying Glass Desk Lamp for Close Work (lens removed)
Zibra PB100LZR Grip-n-Glide 1-Inch Round Trim Paint Brush (to clean lint/dust from machine)
24 Pack Metal Rectangular Empty Hinged Tins (hold extra machine needles)
addi Express Hook (picking up dropped stitches, hanging setup bonnet, finishing missed stitches)
Do4U Drinking Home Office Table Desk Side Huge Clip (I use it to hold the ball/cake of yarn while I crank but it could hold your drink, too)
BLACK+DECKER WM225-A Portable Project Center and Vise (this is my machine stand, slightly modified for a larger work surface)
RuMe Bags Baggie All (Aspen) (to hold my hand-finishing supplies: yarn needle, needle threader, scissors, Kitchener directions, stitch markers, etc) 

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Charity Quilting

Last Saturday I dropped off twelve quilts with Annapolis Quilts for Kids. I filled my bags with more quilt tops and backings and headed home. 
I started quilting with this fun dinosaur print quilt. 
Followed by this fun I-Spy quilt pieced by Mary. 

If you want to contribute but don't have the time or skills, you can support the national Quilts for Kids by shopping through Amazon Smile. I don't earn anything from this link. This link lets your purchases support Quilts for Kids through Amazon. I don't add affiliate links to my charity quit posts on purpose. I donate my time, my machine, my thread, and my skill to the cause. 

Here is the EpochConverter for 2021.  

2021 Charity Quilt Count: 33