I found these little sheep on my couch this afternoon. I saw them on a blog named Aluajala's cockroaches. I liked them so I copied the pattern and made these two little guys.
Here's the site if you are interested: hhtp://aluajala.blogspot.com/2010/05/crochet-sheep-free-pattern.html Good Luck.
I really enjoyed making them. And they don't take very long.
I went to lunch with my friend Lorene today. It was great. We met in Payson. That is about 70 miles south of Salt Lake City, Utah. It was a very nice drive. I-15 is a mess, but the drivers were being good today.
This is a doily that Doris brought into our crochet class on Monday. I made one like it and wrote down the pattern for her. She said that this was in daughter-in-laws. They think her grandmother made it about 50 years ago. So they didn't have a pattern.
A million years ago, when my Aunt Letha taught me to crochet, she said, "If you learn to read a patterns you'll be able to make anything. If you only learn to take a pattern from a piece that is already made, you'll never learn to read a pattern." I guess she was right. I'm so glad she took the time and energy to teach me to crochet. I will always love her for that. She went on to her just desserts 33 years ago, and I still miss being able to ask her advice on what I am crocheting.
Remember...It is not what you have that makes you important...It is just being you.
Life is good.