This time I created in double crochet for faster turnaround. It still took just as long as the single crochet, only because I had to recall to memory my Solid Granny Square pattern. Maybe I better write it down before dementia sets in.
Red Heart Super Saver
Color: Yellow*; Content: 100% Acrylic; Weight: 4, Worsted
Those are the only two I could come close to guessing. All other yarns – red, orange, green-purple multicolor, red-blue multicolor, tan, pink, brown – were deemed by me, as worsted and man-made fibers, except the gold lace crocheted together with the black Caron.
Another animal name for an animal product and because “I got cat class and I got cat style!”
The Cush Tush
Dimensions: 14-inch diameter
This time I was determined to work in double crochet for faster turnaround. Well I finished this one is less than a day, so that’s cool! I originally started with a square but have forgotten the formula for a square design, with no holes, in-the-round. Now that I’ve made a round one, I am thinking of different shapes; maybe a star one! Color selections were random reaches into my bag o’ scraps of worsted yarn.
As I am not a fan of cats, but this is a pet pad, I am forced to start using cat name. Then again, I don’t know who’s tush, this pad will cush.
The Pet Pad
Dimensions: 18.5 x 16.75 inches
This is based on a foundation chain of 5. I need to change my corner as I am noticing puckering. I think I will definitely change from single crochet to double crochet to speed up the process of making these.
This is my last dog song, so I may stop making pet pads until 2019.
The Pet Pads
The sizes vary, but all approximate at about twelve inches, squared. They are constructed in single crochet and comprised of yarn scraps of different weights.
Scrap yarns randomly, – more or less, trying to match weights – pulled from one of my scrap yarn containers. I started this with the left over yarns from my previous pet pad work with the afghan squares I was charged with at the El Segundo Slipt Stitchers guild.