Nasturtiums and the blues!

The weeks seem to be flying by. We have completed 200 days of #crochet6in366 believe it or not! Below are the squares for the next sequence, but first a glimpse of a few more squares for Blues in Twos.

I made a cursory layout of the centres before I began so, apart from making a couple of minor alterations as I go along, the process is really simple. This image is a collage of some of the squares.

On the subject of blue – we came across this on a recent walk. Does anyone remember. ‘Mr Magnolia’, the story by Quentin Blake? Poor Mr Magnolia only had one boot. I think we found his missing one!

So now, without more ado, let’s move on to the Nasturtium Blanket. We’re on the third strip already. A reminder of the colours can be found towards the end of this post.

  • July 22: Cypress, Meadow, Pistachio, Dandelion, Primrose, Mustard, Gold
  • July 23: Clementine, Dandelion, Primrose, Tomato, Spice, Mustard, Gold
  • July 24: Pistachio, Dandelion, Saffron, Sunshine, Cypress, Mustard, Gold
  • July 25: Clementine, Spice, Dandelion, Saffron, Sunshine, Mustard, Gold
  • July 26: Sunshine, Meadow, Pistachio, Dandelion, Saffron, Mustard, Gold
  • July 27: Tomato, Spice, Clementine, Dandelion, Primrose, Mustard, Gold
  • July 28: Dandelion, Saffron, Sunshine, Meadow, Pistachio, Mustard, Gold

Just for good measure, I’m giving you two weeks of squares. I’d love to know how you are getting on. I know some of you are using your own chosen colour schemes.

  • July 29:Clementine, Spice, Dandelion, Saffron, Citron, Mustard, Gold STRIP 3 ENDS
  • July 30: Meadow, Pistachio, Dandelion, Primrose, Cypress, Mustard Gold STRIP 4 BEGINS
  • July 31: Dandelion, Primrose, Tomato, Spice, Clementine, Mustard, Gold
  • August 1: Dandelion, Sunshine, Pistachio, Meadow, Primrose, Mustard, Gold
  • August 2: Primrose, Tomato, Spice, Clementine, Dandelion, Mustard, Gold
  • August 3: Dandelion, Primrose, Cypress, Meadow Pistachio, Mustard, Gold
  • August 4: Dandelion, Saffron, Citron, Clementine, Spice, Mustard, Gold

It’s so good to be able to get outside and enjoy the countryside. I’m looking forward to a few more walks in the near future.

Published by nuvofelt

I dye. Colour is my business and I using a variety of materials. I also enjoy enabling other creatives to enjoy their art. Crochet is one of my current means of expression. Some of my blogs are kept as daily records. Take a look and you will see.

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