I’m constantly losing my tapestry needles. I’ve been keeping one stuck in a crocheted flower and haven’t lost it since… Except yesterday when some certain K-9 stole my hook AND my flower when my back was turned. We found the flower without the needle in it in the backyard. We still haven’t found the hook. That was my last lighted crochet hook that had not been stolen and destroyed. The only thing still in existence in this picture (which was just taken yesterday) is the pink flower. Grrr! See why I hesitate to spend $14 on a crochet hook? (Besides the fact that $14 is just a stupid price.)
By the way, I think I told ya’ll I was using an H hook on the Red Granny Blanket, but it’s a J. Big difference there. But now since that J disappeared yesterday, I’m using a K. Good grief!
Red Granny Blanket Progress
Doesn’t look like much yet, but it will!
These were good. Much better than I expected. I just expected them to be okay, but we really liked them. We ate them for lunch and dinner last night. For lunch, we baked them for approx. 15 minutes at 350 degrees (with tops on). (Keep in mind they were at room temperature at that time before we put them in the oven. It may take longer when they’re straight out of the fridge.) Then at dinner, we just microwaved them for about 1 minute and 15 seconds. They were good both times, but we preferred them baked in the oven. The bread was crispy that way. They’re very soft when you just microwave. Definitely a keeper. I’ll make these again.
These are the assembled rolls that have not been baked. They went back into the bread bag and into the fridge for noshing later. Pretty cool. Again, the recipe is HERE. I added onions, garlic, and oregano when I browned the meat. I got seven rolls from 1 pound of hamburger, 1 jar of pizza sauce, and 8-oz of shredded mozzarella.
Somebody is shaggy & scruffy and needs to go to the groomer. He is also a crochet hook thief and needs a spanking.