Sunday, November 7, 2010

Hooking At Thanksgiving


I get several emails daily from various yarn companies.
They are all into their holiday mode sending out 12 Days of Holiday cheer!


I thought I'd share a few of them with you.



All of these were made from the Sugar 'N Cream cotton yarn by Lily.
You can go here to see some more patterns.

Red Heart is in the middle of their 12 Days of Christmas
and Caron has just started theirs. I'm a bit partial to Caron.
I think they do a wonderful job each year picking out new projects for the holidays.

With only 48 days left until Christmas, I'm thinking I'm so far behind I should start on next years crocheting!

Mary is our lovely hostess for Mosaic Monday.
Be sure to visit. Each Mosaic is different. Each has its own story to tell.

Wishing you well and a JOY filled week.


36 comments:

Crafty Christina said...

Ahh I love holiday crocheting and knitting. Like you, I'm so far behind I think next year's list might be a better bet.

Barb said...

Snap - forget fall and Thanksgiving - even Christmas is just around the corner - you need to concentrate on Valentine's Day!

The Bodhi Chicklet said...

That's some serious hooking! I think I like the flat turkey trivet the best.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Those pumpkins and gourds are just TOO cute!

LDH said...

They are all so cute! The turkey place mat is adorable! I don't think I will be able to do much crocheting this year... lot of other stuff on my plate :)

Pondside said...

What fun!....I'd have to start now for next year.

Janet said...

How cute! I especially like the pumpkins and the flat turkey....but I know I'd never get them done in time for this year.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I love all these cute crochet pieces, especially the turkey placemat! Hapy MM!

A Garden of Threads said...

Those are so cute. I would never get them completed.

EG Wow said...

Oh my goodness! So many projects to choose from!

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

What cute patterns! I do like the Turkey, and think I might just have the right yarn for that one a couple of the others...especially the pumpkins. Now if I just had the time. Thanks for the link.

Mary said...

Those turkeys are adorable & so cheery~ Happy Crocheting :-)

Mary said...

Oh what cute projects! :)

Dishesdone said...

What neat projects! They came out great!

podso said...

Sweet crocheting!

Genie said...

Why on why did I not learn to crochet PROPERLY! All I can do it knit, knit, knit. These patterns are so cute. Since I started blogging in February, my knitting has been put on the back burner...and I really do need to get back to it. This post may well inspire me to pull out the old needles and the Lily Sugar and Cream - I love knitting on it - and start the old cotton dishcloths for the teachers’ Christmas presents. They beg me for them every year. Have a happy week. Genie

Lavender Cottage said...

The turkeys would be a cute project to make.

xinex said...

Very cute!..Christine

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh what cute little crocheting projects.... Those turkeys are adorable --and I love the pilgrim... SO cute....

Thanks for sharing.
Hugs,
Betsy

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

So cute and festive for the upcoming season.

ellen b. said...

:0) Those little pumpkins are so cute!!

Lana G! said...

So cute!!! How creative!

Ebie said...

The pumpkins are my favorite! Pssst, I have parked my crochet needles already and I still have a few unfinished project. Blogging has kept me busy...

GrandmaK said...

I like these...would be fun to make the placemats as favors for Thanksgiving Day and let the guests take them home. Will have to wait until next year!!! Wishing you well! Cathy

Cezar and Léia said...

Wow so lovely ideas!
Hugs
Léia

Suzy said...

Looks like you've got a good start on crocheting your way through the holidays! Thanks for stoppin' by my blog.

colorchic said...

You made all those?... Amazing!

Suzy said...

Thanks for sharing. I wanna do those pumpkins!! I like to crochet in the winter so I'm gearing up :-)

Susan said...

Good morning, Snap!
Your crocheted creations are all so adorable. You are quite talented. I know if I were to attempt such a thing I'd have a huge knotted mess. I love your pumpkins. They're so cute, and I love your turkey!

I hope you have yourself a great day,
Susan @ CluckleBees

pam said...

I just discovered knitting...it's pretty addicting. Lots of fun ideas out there. Great post HOWEVER, everybody's countdown until Christmas comments are stirring up a bit of PANIC..... My November is FULL and my Christmas plans for people this year require hands on work by me....time is FLYING. GLORY.

Riet said...

Oh I love that holiday crocheting. Thank you for the ideas

Anja said...

Cute patterns! I just made a bookmark at the recommended page. I sit in front of my laptop and have to smile...;-))

Carole said...

I love those pumpkins, and that turkey is pretty cute too!

Rosa said...

Soooooo cute!

Carrie said...

Those yarn projects are such delightful designs!
Thanks for stopping by my nativity blog and for your lovely comment.
Carrie

The Gathering Place said...

What cute crafts! I haven't picked up knitting needles for many years, but those cute pumpkins make me want to start again.