I can’t believe I’ve only posted about the crochet ripple blanket ONCE since I began. I’m ashamed, really. Currently, there are 29 colored stripes (116 rows) of this beautiful rainbow afghan.
Just like any large crochet project, I’ve noticed ebbs and flows in my desire to work on it. Some months, it’s 20 rows, other times, it’s 2. But that’s all part of crocheting. I”ve already covered the details behind this blanket so I won’t bore you with more text. Onto pictures!
If, after viewing these pictures, you don’t want it to instantly be summer, there is something wrong with you. Please seek help. Happy Monday, everyone!
EmilyMay 24, 2012
I love this Jayna! It’s beautiful:)
Love To CrochetJune 6, 2012
This is beautiful. A true work of art! Wonderful colors.
StephanieJune 6, 2012
You are truly my inspiration, I am obsessed with your blog, I literally view it everyday to see if you have updated.
I have a questions for you, In July I am taking my first airplane trip from Florida to North Dakota. I figured you of all people would be able to tell me, are you allowed to bring crochet hooks on the airplane? As carry on? maybe even yarn to crochet with while on the plane?
I have checked everywhere online and with the TSA website and still cant seem to find an answer one way or the other.
Thank you for your help!
your biggest fan!! Stephanie 🙂
JJCrochetJune 7, 2012
Stephanie – thank you so much for your comment! YOU inspired ME to crochet. As soon as I read your comment, I created this headband pattern and video tutorial, so all credit goes to you: https://www.jjcrochet.com/crochet-headband-free-pattern/
As far as your question, I have never had any problem taking my hooks on an airplane, but I’ve heard from friends that it’s best to take plastic crochet hooks (if you have them) just in case there’s an issue. Shouldn’t be a problem, though. Enjoy your upcoming trip!