Monthly archives: September, 2012

FO Friday: September Charity De-stash

This week, I finally finished a project I’ve been talking about since last year:  I donated 4,170 yards of synthetic yarn that I had no plans of using to charities.  (That’s the equivalent of about 11.5 skeins of Red Heart Super Saver, in case you need a visual.) I’ve been participating in the Surmount the …

Hispanic Heritage Month 2012 Interview Series: Juanita Quinones

This post contains affiliate links. This post is part of my 2012 Hispanic Heritage Month interview series. Today, I’m interviewing Juanita Quinones, also known as BoricuaCrochet, a crocheter I met on Ravelry who is also a crochet tech editor.  Originally from Puerto Rico, Juanita moved to the mainland U.S. about 20 years ago and now lives in Pennsylvania.  Her projects …

Holiday Stashdown Challenge, Week 20

(Join along with me any time if you need a head start or moral support for your holiday crafting.  You can read more details here.) I didn’t finish any holiday projects this week, but I did crochet 4 hexagons for the Vintage Hexagon Christmas Stocking I’m making for my grandfather. I’m hoping to pick up the …