I find it hard to fathom that today is December 5, 2019.  That in just 20 short days I will be celebrating my  55th Christmas upon the Earth and a week later bring in yet another year.  Life seems to go so fast, and so much the more the older we become.

Thankfully there is still time to finish a gift or two, and to put on any finishing touches on ones that are almost done.  Let me encourage you to make it a priority today to finish all your crocheting gifts as soon as possible, so that when the holidays are upon us, there will be time to make memories with all our love ones.

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Today I am reviewing my 67th kit that I received from Annie’s Hook & Needle club – “It’s a Wrap”.  

The kit came with two patterns, one each for crocheting and knitting.   In addition to the patterns the kit came with two skeins totaling 264 yards of bulky (chunky) weight ribbon boucle yarn.

With an exception of the foundation row which is a little longer and the yarn it bears a very close resemblance to the 21st kit that I received from Annie’s.

 For this reason I am reposting the link for the previous kit and reviewing the yarn. (

Today I am reviewing my 67th kit that I received from Annie’s Hook & Needle club – “It’s a Wrap”.  

The kit came with two patterns, one each for crocheting and knitting.   In addition to the patterns the kit came with two skeins totaling 264 yards of bulky (chunky) weight ribbon boucle yarn.

With an exception of the foundation row which is a little longer and the yarn it bears a very close resemblance to the 21st kit that I received from Annie’s.

 For this reason I am reposting the link for the previous kit and reviewing the yarn.

(Kit 21:  Its A Wrap Review)

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I enjoyed working with this yarn as much as the yarn from the first kit.  It was nice to work with and the color looked great.

It is so much fun to re-visit this pattern again.  It always amazes me how the same pattern can look like a whole new pattern just by using a different yarn.

Is there a pattern that you like so much that you find yourself going back to it again and again?  For me, I have a scrap Afghan pattern I have used a few times.  Would love to hear about yours.

Until Monday, keep those hooks flying.