In my last Wool on Sundays post, I was unravelling this…
I decided to keep the centre circles without any idea of what to do with them – a bag? A cushion? Then, last night it came to me. Something quick and improv and colourful – a cowl.
With a lighting that photographs like this (mercifully, it looks much better in real life)
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8 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays – 43 (a new beginning)”
Oh yes, put the clock back often!
So happy that you and your crochet hook have got back together! It will be a gorgeous cowl if the joining of your lovely circles is anything to go by. Ooooh….love the li'l snippets of your gorgeous room and your light!! Love the light and the amazing patterns of reflection! I vote for an extra hour every day….but me thinks I need two!
I'm looking forward to more progress pictures.
Getting the extra hour is so much nicer than losing it. It takes me a week or two to adjust to daylight savings time. We are in Spring and having a particularly warm day today. Apparently it is going to reach 36 degrees Celsius (97 degrees Fahrenheit). Not really knitting weather :)
I did cast off a sock, and start the second, but not much else knitting related. It's progress anyway
It will be a pretty cowl with those circles and crochet
Nice progress! I love all those colors together. It is going to be beautiful.
It will be very pretty, Janine! The lighting may not be nice for photography, but the light fixture itself is beautiful!
Archie the wonder dog
I contemplated the same about putting the clocks back everyday!