Brenda-Leigh Bennett

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Crochet: Throw, Baby Blanket
This blanket is quite heavy and has a really cool 3-D texture with very high loft. It is so squish-able and snuggly.
Crochet: Beanie, Toque
I used about half a cupcake for the 24 mos size and about 2/3 of a cupcake for the toddler size. The child and adult small, take the whole cake minus a few meters
Crochet: Scarf
I saw a Pinterest post with this scarf done by Summer Cromartie. You can view the pin here:
Crochet: Earwarmers
I first made this ear warmer using Red Heart Fashion Soft yarn and loved how it turned out. Then I tried it using some Red Heart With Love yarn I had in similar colours. I like them both for different reasons.
Crochet: Earwarmers
This fits an adult medium, for smaller or larger sizes, add or remove rows.
Crochet: Accessory
When I was working the border, I didn’t write down the stitch counts so those instructions are more general. The shape is nicely set up before that and experienced crocheters shouldn’t have any problem following the idea.
Crochet: Coaster
This cute little heart can be worked up very quickly. I made mine in cotton so I could use them as coasters, but you could really use any yarn as long as you adjust your hook size accordingly.
Crochet: Throw
This blanket uses planned pooling with Red Heart Team Spirit yarn and has a border in coordinating solid colours.
Crochet: Christmas Stocking
I used a little more than half the skein of Red Heart in Mistletoe, about half of the Faux fur and about 1/4 of a skein of the Pipsqueak