Wool on Sundays – 19 (some crochet blocks)

Welcome to Wool on Sundays!

My plan to crochet a block a day hasn’t worked but I’ve made a couple and made progress on a couple more.

I had hoped to get some more done yesterday night but we had a power cut, which started at 5.00pm and was still going when we decided to bed at 10.30pm. I made a start on a few more but I could really see to get beyond the second round.
Now, I’ve decided the idea getting seven finished was probably a bit ambitious and I think I’ll just enjoy this project and it can take as long as it takes!
What is on your hook or needles this week?

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1). Posts must include some content – makes or musings – related to knitting, crochet, felting, spinning or yarn.
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Wishing you a colourful week :)

Janine @ Rainbow Hare


12 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays – 19 (some crochet blocks)

  1. Kim

    Your blocks are lovely…I can see in my mind's eye a lot of these lovely blocks in a throw…it will be a stunner with those lovely patterns.


  2. Sandra :)

    No needle/yarn work from me – I just enjoy looking at your pretty and colourful projects! I say enjoy making the blocks, and don't worry about goals that aren't “necessary” – sometimes we just need to enjoy what we're working on, without having to stress about timelines :)


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