Sometimes a colour will change dramatically when placed in an unexpected combination. Did you guess the colours? Stylecraft Special DK Magenta, Pale Rose, Parma Violet, Empire, Lavender, Let me know if you use them. Did you know that there are 120 different combinations of 5 colours? There is a list here. Save Save Save
I love working with colour, so this project has been very satisfying. It took just a little over a month, but I could have finished more quickly if I hadn't had other projects to keep me occupied too. I used Stylecraft Special DK - as I've told you before, it's the only yarn I can… Continue reading Rainbowitis – all done!
...... too much of a good thing? I'm still working on the Spirit of February blanket, and I wanted to do something different for the one for Spirit of March. So, guess what? The first four small squares are complete - but until the temperatures change I'll be stuck here for a little longer. Better… Continue reading Can you have…..
There's nothing like a rainbow to cheer, so I have really enjoyed working on this project. It could have been finished last month, but other things got in the way. Last night, however, the blanket was finished - except for the border. This morning, in daylight, I've chosen the colours for this, so it should… Continue reading Working with rainbows
..... it's difficult to stop!
All you need is a ball of yarn and a hook! I've been playing around with a few odd balls of scrap yarn. Some were so small they really qualified as 'lengths' rather than 'balls'. However, the object was to make a circle in a squaare - as easily as possible! Now I don't expect… Continue reading Play with a purpose – The Posy Square
So here we are in March! For my purposes it's the first day of spring. February is over, but I have a constant reminder here: I could give you a few statistics, but the glaring odd one out is towards top right. It marks 17deg Celsius! 7deg Celsius occurred most often- 14 mornings and 9… Continue reading February in colour