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Back to Life

Back to reality… Remember that song? It’s always in my head when I come home from vacation, a little mantra to remind me that it’s time to get my butt in gear. But before I dive in to the work pile up, here’s just one more picture of little Tegue, who was definitely the hilight of my visit to Texas.

I crocheted him a ball while I was there because he was just so cute that I wanted to make something for him. I used some washable synthetic yarn (pretty shell pattern on one half and stripes on the other) and when I was about 3/4 done, I inserted a grocery bag (score one for recycling) which I filled with stuffing, tied up, and crocheted over completely. Now it makes that crinkly sound that babies love, prevents him from picking out the stuffing, and I *think* there is no way in hell that he can get the plastic out of there. However, as it should go without saying, never leave a baby unattended with any toy.

Texas was good. Super hot, but good. I don’t have much to report other than it was relaxing, and sometimes stressful, but overall a nice getaway. When we got off of the plan last night it was nice and cool and we could actually smell the pine trees all around us. It really is a bit of culture shock each time I leave and come back to Bozeman.

Anyway, I have a lot of catching up to do this week, and we’re moving to a new apartment next week, so I suspect that I won’t be posting much until August. I hope you all are having a wonderful summer.

  • daisy mae

    I would love to make something like this. Any chance you could share more of the details of the design?

  • melissa

    that is one cute baby! i love being an auntie.

  • You know what works well for putting crinkly stuff in safely?? Those mesh for fruit, or the ones I used were those pink ones from Asian bean thread/cellophane noodles. Tough, not chokeable by themselves, and still let the crinkle through. I used to stuff empty chip packets in them and tie them tight for the kids when they were babies....they LOVED them!

    Cute ball! Well done on being able to whip something like that up! :D

  • caila611

    what a cutie! Love the ball. The idea of using a plastic bag to hold the stuffing was great!

  • cute!!! luv the plastic bag idea. well done!

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