Monday, October 3, 2016

Yarn Fanatic Party #63

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Welcome to the sixty third Yarn Fanatic Party!  This weeklong party is a celebration of all things yarn.  I'm a little crazy about yarn, are you?

I have to ask, how many of you are on board the current color pooling crochet craze?  Anyone?  I'll admit that I went through my stash to see if I had any appropriate yarn and came up empty.  Of course, this means that I stopped in at Michaels with my coupons to pick up some yarn.  I'll let you know how it goes!

I always enjoying browsing through the amazing talent that links up here every week.  Julie's Candy Corn Coasters are so cute and seasonal!  (I'm totally diggin' the coaster holder too.)

Here's a blast from the past, this is a pumpkin hat that I crocheted for my niece a couple years ago.  (She's getting so big!)

Before we get to the linky there's one last thing I'd like to share with you.  I stumbled across this Rudolf crochet set on Amazon.  Oh my goodness, the cuteness!  (Who's started Christmas knitting & crochet?)

Link Up at The Yarn Fanatic Party!

What have you created with yarn?  It could be something you crocheted, knitted, or anything that used yarn.  (This is the YARN Fanatic Party!) It can be a new project or an old one.  I can't wait to see what you've created!

The only rule is that everything you link to must be family friendly.

I would appreciate it very much if you:

  • Add a link to the Yarn Fanatic Party to your post or party page.
  • Follow The Philosopher's Wife.
  • Check out some of the other yarn goodies people have finished.
  • Leave comments here, there, and everywhere.  (Please, take a moment to visit at least one other blog and leave a comment.  I want this to be a supportive community of yarn lovers.)  
  • If you're not a blogger, but want to participate, feel free to upload a picture from Flicker!
  • By linking up you are giving me permission to share your photos here on the blog and via social media, with the appropriate credit, of course!
  • Please do NOT link directly to a paid pattern.  You may link to your blog, which in turn links to the pattern.


  1. Here's a sweater that I crocheted for my daughter a while ago. Sadly, she has now outgrown it.

  2. Thanks so much for the cool compliment on my coasters! I can't help loving candy corn.


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