Thursday, May 1, 2014

Mossy oak

My big brother has been wheedling, cajoling, and downright nagging me to make him a blanket for years now. It's not that I didn't want to or didn't see it as important, but it did get pushed to the back burner several times. I designed this mossy oak blanket for him and he expressed approval. It still didn't get made, though.  When he informed me he was selling his Dukes of Hazzard dvd collection -the entire series! -I almost had a tantrum. The dvds I'd been borrowing  from him for years. How could he do this to me? "We-ell," he says. "How much will it cost you to make me a blanket?" I knew at that moment I was at his mercy.

If you'd like the graph from which I made this, contact me at and I'll send you the paypal address or mailing address where you can send $4.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Snoopy graph for sale

Using a J hook and 1 sc for each square, this graph will yield approximately a 4.5 ft throw.  send an email to to inquire about ordering this graph for $3.25 and I will send you the PayPal email to send payment to, or an address to send cash or check to.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Free graph

Anyone need a hug?  Make this throw and you'll always have one handy!  Using a J hook and 1 sc per square, you'll get approximately a 5 x 6 throw.  Enjoy!

Saturday, February 22, 2014

68 Camaro graph for sale

Who doesn't love classic cars?  Contact me at to get this graph for $5. Customizable in any color you wish, just ask!

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Personalized afghans

Personalized afghans seem to be gaining popularity.  I have several graphs for other special requested names stored on my computer. Any name can be graphed out, any color scheme used.  I'm working on one right now for "Zoey" where the O is a heart and flowers are along the bottom. (finished and photographed as seen above)  Have you done personalized afghans or other items? 

Friday, December 27, 2013

New York Giants afghan pattern graph

This is a graph of an afghan I made for a customer per special request.  I've made a New York afghan before but this one has more detailed work and a bit more skill involved.  It's all done in DC, but the color changes get tedious.  This graph is for a full size blanket.  To get a twin size blanket, don't work the top or bottom ten rows.  To decrease the color changes, I would work it sideways. Email me if you want the full size graph (blogger always shrinks my graphs and they print out blurry).