Guilt-Free Crochet

There is nothing worse than spending the whole time you are crocheting worrying about something else that you should really be doing instead.  Now that my exams are finished (YAAAAAAY!) I have six months of guilt-free crochet ahead of me, and man it feels good!crochet weekend

This weekend I put a thing dark purple border around my Summer CAL blanket, and blocked it again.  My dad saw it yesterday when he came over to watch the Bathurst 1000, and has told me to enter it into the Royal Hobart Show along with my Sophie’s Universe Blanket.  I’m still undecided.  Going by the reactions of friends and family, I suspect the Summer CAL may have a better chance at placing than my poor Sophie (which I love more).  I think it’s liked better simply because of the dramatic colour changes, while my Sophie is more subtle and intricate.  I have just under a week to decide, so we shall see!

bathurst

Now that I’ve officially finished the Summer CAL blanket, I decided to get my Rings of Change WIP out of the cupboard and work on that for a bit.  It may sound strange but I’ve missed working with a 4mm hook, and since I’m using varigated yarn there are hardly any pesky ends to weave in.  Nice and straightforward.  I like it.

Rings of Change

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