Baby blanket in a weekend and other adventures.

We spent this past weekend in Park City at my husband’s annual family reunion. I LOVE this family! The drive to get there is a little long, but always SO worth it!

Over the years, I’ve not been the best travel companion — once we get on the road, I drift off to sleep somehow keeping my head upright to imitate watching the sights as we travel.

But finally, I found a way to stay awake — crochet! So on the past couple of trips I’ve actually been productive — scarves, blankets, etc. Sure, maybe the blankets didn’t get finished on the trip or the fringe didn’t get added to the scarves. But I was productive and AWAKE!

So this time, I decided to complete a baby blanket and I did it — in between the pit stops and scenery, I did it!

So with that done, I really got ambitious. Once we got home, I finished a woven blanket, did some weaving on a scarf, and began the warp for a set of dish towels.

The projects and the adventures continue!

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. KerryCan
    Aug 27, 2014 @ 10:58:42

    So productive! The pink and white blanket is lovely!

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