Happy Friday!! It came by too fast and I still did not finish MTB, bummer.

But I’m working on it every second I get. I am so eager to find out if the acrylic softening technique works like a charm, if it works and the blanket comes out soft and fluffy then I wouldn’t mind working with stiff and scratchy acrylic ☺️

I am posting more rows on the Overlay Crochet Doily over the weekend, that project should be wrapping up soon too.

In other news: The poll is coming along slowly and everyone is saying Yes!! πŸ˜€

I am going to see if I have what it takes to be a Crochet Entrepreneur. I have never sold any crochet item before but I have sold handmade cards some years back. Crochet is new and exciting and I Β won’t know until I try it huh?! Wish me luck….please???! πŸ˜€

And you know I never leave without showing you some inspiration for the weekend, these are from Instagram, enjoy!!

Have a great weekend, See You Soon..


  1. I used a softening technique on a slouchie beanie made with arcylic yarn for my daughter. I soaked it in hair conditioner and warm water overnight. I rinsed it well with warm water squeezed out the extra water then dried it in the clothes dryer on low. It was all soft and flexible and it smelled really great!


  2. Good luck!! πŸ™‚

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  3. Go for it!

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  4. Go for it πŸ™‚ I make and sell things, most of what I sell goes through word of mouth, rather than online, which seems to be much harder, I make little booties and baby stuff mainly. Your pics look like you are miles better at it than me (I have only recently picked it back up so am still in that practisey stage haha) and I think you will do well. πŸ™‚

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  5. Ann'Re @ Home says:

    The afghan is so springy! Good luck with pursuing a business!

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  6. You’ve made lovely things, hope you manage to sell some. 😊

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