Monday Makings and Crochet Pattern Review…

I can’t imagine a week without crochet!!!  This last week I have had many hours to sit and create… I love to design new projects and  one of my favorite things to design has been my Amazing Grace Series!!  I am working on the 8th pattern in the series, if you have been following then you know.. It is a Baby Blanket!!  If you are new to Beatrice Ryan Designs or don’t really know the back story of this Amazing Grace Series… I have dedicated these patterns to Breast Cancer Awareness and my dearest friend Sandra Kay Gilb who passed away in 2007 from this disease!  The same stitch pattern is used in all of the projects designed in the series..  Now that I have several patterns in the series, I have expanded my dedication to making these patterns for all cancer types and anyone who is suffering or recovering from a major illness.  My hope is that if you love one of these patterns,,, You might make and donate one of your projects to the cause!  These patterns are for personal use too and I hope you enjoy making some for yourself or as gifts!!

So,,, This week I am over half way done with the pattern and here is another quick peek!!  The Amazing Grace Baby Blanket!!

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Amazing Grace Baby Blanket Coming Soon!!

Next up… A quick little pattern review… I am always wanting to make a quick fun project designed by someone else… So this week I made this adorable little Hedgehog.. This is a Red Heart Pattern and it is free… It was fun to make and I think any little one would love receiving this cute, soft toy!!  Click Here for the pattern!!

hedgehog

And, I can’t resist showing you another picture of my favorite dog,,, Charlie… He is always with me when I am trying to photograph my projects… He posed for this one just after I took the pictures of  the Amazing Grace Baby Blanket…

charlie

Happy Crocheting

Elena

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Comments

  1. Love the crochet you so generously share. Adore Charlie your favourite dog

  2. I love your patterns. You’re right when you say you can’t imagine a week without crochet. Yes, a week without crocheting something is a wasted week. I adore your dog. I have a 9 month old boxer named Avery. She’s more “help” than anyone could ever need when it comes to crocheting. I’ve learned to keep my yarn far away from her when I’m not around because she’ll lick the heck out of it. No one wants a shawl smelling like Boxer slobber.

    • Beatrice Ryan Designs :

      Thank you!!! Boxers are always trying to be in the mix… Charlie thinks he has to be right with me at all times

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