What are you up to?
I am supposed to be weaving a series of scarves for various nearest-and-dearest, but am actually knitting 3 yr old 's socks, ignoring two cardigans, (one a Kaffe Fassett) and spinning some grey Gotland fleece with which I propose to knit fingerless mittens.
I tried to teach myself from Youtube, but must be a bit dumb because I couldn't get it to work very well :confused: I decided I'd probably need to go to lessons and get shown first hand 
Allisonwonderland;330146 wrote: I'm about to dish up dinner....but once that is out of the way I will be working on a blanket that I am crocheting for my 1 year old. I taught myself a little while ago (hurrah for Youtube!) and want it finished in time for his birthday.
Try this guy - he's as camp as Christmas but I found him very clear and understandable, he seems to have quite a following.
as Dianne said, too many projects, too little time. I hear ya
I'll keep that. It will come in handy one day.:D:D
Here is a freeform bag...
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I'm almost finished with my 3rd crocheted blanket since November, and then will be totally "bereft", as I'm out of yarn. Half-tempted to give alpaca wool a try, but will have to save up the pennies to buy that much yarn, since my blankets tend to run at least 7 and up to 10 100gram skeins worth.
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