“Making it thru Monday” Review #20

Who would have ever known that a Monday could turn into one of my favorite days.  It’s been amazing at the talent that I’ve seen over the last 20 weeks and I’m always in awe of the different variety of projects that come my way on “Making it thru Monday”.

This past week was another amazing week of projects and here are the top two most viewed submissions.


Carolyn from the Purple Poncho had a friend ask her to make a baby hat and like so many crocheters that I know her heart is big.  She decided to surprise her friend with a matching blanket and diaper cover!  Can you imagine the surprise on her friend’s face when she opens the box to see these incredible cuties waiting on her.  There is no greater gift to an expecting mother than something hand-made by a friend.  Carolyn is wonderfully talented, so scoot on over to check out her page!

Erica from Zo-Zo’s Space made the other baby hat in the photo.   She sat down and just started crocheting with no specific pattern expect the one in her beautiful mind.  I believe she did a fantastic job and it turned out perfectly!  There were a few people who actually asked about the sweet outfit on the little girl and the pattern is here.

The hat from Erica is only one of her many talents and her Etsy shop is definitely worth a view.  She combines her crochet talents with a passion for jewelry and something magical happens.  Plus, Erica is an Alabama girl like me, so she has the southern style as an added bonus.  You can also check out her Facebook page for inspiration as well.

I hope you have enjoyed today’s review and decide to join the fun over on ELK Studio’s Facebook page!  We would all love to see your works in progress or completed projects!

Have a great day and be blessed!



One thought on ““Making it thru Monday” Review #20

  1. Reblogged this on Zo-Zo's Space and commented:
    Kathy Lashley from Elk Studio Handcrafted Crochet Designs has a weekly view and share on her Facebook page that is held every Monday. One of my designs was one of the two most view submissions. I suppose I should sit down and convert this pattern into standard US crochet terms instead of the Erica-ese I use for most of my patterns. Thanks for the feature, Kathy!


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