Tuesday, March 29, 2011


Nine 10-round squares make a lapghan
Sorry for the long delay in posting. I've been really busy the past days. One of the things I've been doing is making squares and I've finally finished putting one lapghan together. These will be going to the skilled nursing facility where my mother is residing presently while she recuperates from her broken leg.

The second one is assembled but tails not tucked in yet. I hope to finish that this evening.

Another thing I've been doing is working on scanning photos to be put on disks so if/when we next have to evacuate I will have my photos in a format I can easily grab and take with me. Unfortunately, we discovered after I scanned thousands of photos that the machine has put a line in a lot of them, from the first album scanned. Not all but many of them. Since I checked them in preview mode I didn't see the line until I went to identify each one. *sigh*

That was discouraging. While I did that, I didn't do much crocheting as that took days.

I also had lunch with some former high school classmates. Great time!

I'll have more crocheting for you soon.

Happy crocheting!


  1. Love how the edging sets the squares apart and really makes the colors pop!

  2. No idea why you would have a line through all your cool old scanned photo's. Have you called the scanner people to see what's going on? Great idea to get everything safely on a disc etc to take with you.

    Nice to take lapghans to the nursing home. Well done!