For some reason the link to the Stashbuster didn't work in the last post. It's now fixed and you can find it here. I'll be posting more about the #nuvofelttemperature2018 later today. If you aren't a crocheter you can adapt the idea to another technique - for example, patchwork, canvaswork or knitting. If you have… Continue reading Oops!
So here we are at the end of the year. It's been a year filled with crochet and more. I hope your year has been as good as mine. We have had our ups and downs, but I have tried to always look for the positive, and that has certainly brought me through. Much of… Continue reading Stash, Scrap and Temperature!
A little more information has been posted on the stashbusting blog. If you think you might like to join in next year (starting on 1 January) pop over and take a look. Please pass the word too.
December is under way. Are you ready for the festivities? I'm not. The main temperature blanket is put away until I've finished the many pressing chores that I have to do in a short space of time. I'm allowing myself the luxury of one crocheted square a day for the time being. Comparing last December… Continue reading First four days
I'm so glad I kept records! I wanted to choose a linking colour to join the four seasonal elements that have been finished with different colours - Parchment, Stone, Camel and Gold. I have no idea yet how the final blanket will be finished ( as far as the final edging is concerned) because once… Continue reading Three down, one to go
So, here we are - November is over! The final Temperature square is done, and has been slotted into its space. It's almost offscreen - but there it is, bottom right. The next step is to join it to the other autumn blocks, and then to assemble the blanket. As for December? Watch this space.
Remember this? The blanket I showed you on Friday was made with squares of the same sequence. It isn't my favourite thing to do by any means, but a request has come in for the same colours in a more random pattern, so it's started today, and I'll post it's probably slow progress from time… Continue reading Five colours – a project