Another blanket.

So this is one of the 5 (or is it six?!) blankets I’m working on at the moment. I just get bored with one, so I put it down, but then find another idea that I’m afraid I’ll forget about so I need to start it immediately. Then you end up with baskets full of unfinished crafts… sad, indeed.

It still hasn’t been pieced together (obviously), but I think it’ll be cute once I put a border on it, I was thinking a scalloped border might be fun, but this blanket is still small and I ran out of yarn… oops.


On another blanket note, Chuck’s baby blanket is coming along nicely! I am really pleased with it, and the ripple is so nice and fun to crochet. It just has a nice fluid motion to it. Definitely recommenced it for a crocheters first big project, super simple and easy to follow.

This is one of my favorite pictures that I took at the Imperial War Museum in London:
europe-2009-066So keep knitting, ladies!

In case you didn’t get enough umbrella’s this past week…

So I am off to pack (In my awesome new orange suitcase!), enjoy the Puyallup Spring Fair, enjoying this awesome spring weather (finally!) then off to Moscow for the whole weekend!

Have a great weekend, everyone!


2 thoughts on “Another blanket.

  1. I can’t wait to see what the blanket looks like! I’ve been worried that it might be too crazywith so many colors, but I’m really excited to see it. Happy weekend away.

  2. Rik,
    I am afraid it might be a little crazy… I kind of want to show it to you before I get all the way done with it to make sure that you like it and all. I’m a pretty good chunk of the way through it, but I’ll show it to you soon and you can let me know what you think. Don’t feel too bad about making me take it out or something because it’s a pretty quick blanket. So remind me to show you, ok?

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