It feels like ages since I have last blogged.
I have been on school holidays for the past three weeks as I work for a Grade 0 School and have the privilege of enjoying the school holidays. During the first week of my holiday, I didn’t do any crocheting, but at the end of the week had finally decided on my next project. It’s one of the biggest projects I have taken on in a very long time and that is to crochet a blanket for my queen size bed. I have chosen to use Ella Rustica Chunky and it is exquisitely soft with a combination of 60% Acrylic, 20%
I am now 110 blocks down and have calculated that I might still need to crochet another 100 blocks approximately.
I do not want it to hang too far over the edge of the bed as I would like a blanket that is manageable when making up the bed, but then of course, I’ll just have to see as I get closer to the END! Oh, the end, actually I do not mind having taken on such a project as I know that wonderful feeling at the end when it is all finished and ones hands start itching for another project. Not as quick as a tea cosy I might add, this one requires much more endurance as in running a 100km marathan. I am determined to have it finished in the next 3 weeks! Ooh, not sure if that is good or not, as some of you crocheters out there might be much quicker on the needle!
I end off with my cat Amy who she takes possession of everything in this home, including the new blanket, my lap and spot in the sun, WHAT A CHEEK! She loves kneading blankets though, so will have to watch her with this one.