Welcome to Wool on Sundays and thank you to everyone who visited or linked up last week.
As a break from the endless blanket and because I wanted to listen to something on the radio and I don’t like to do that empty handed, I tried out a new-to-me edging from my favourite crochet book, Crochet Boheme.
I found it quite fiddly and had a couple of false starts as it involves working six trebles into each stitch on a chain and it is easy to miss them but once I got going it became easier and I love the twiddly effect. I think it would be perfect on the right cushion or pair of curtains…
But if I keep letting myself be tempted by new projects, I’ll never finish the ones I’ve got in progress so I’ll most likely frog it and bear it in mind for some future occasion.
I’m increasingly thinking I need a schedule to prioritise and organise what I’m working on. When you find you have a spare half an hour for crafting, how do you decide what to work on? Do you manage to keep up a good balance between keeping up with a variety of projects and stacking up UFOs?
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Janine @ Rainbow Hare
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