Wool on Sundays – 105 (blue)

Welcome to Wool on Sundays again – I feel as if Sundays are coming round more quickly every week!

This week the world is very much bluer than we’ve seen it in a long, long time. A couple of days of torrential rain excepted, we’ve had wonderful blue skies and the woods are a carpet of wood anenomes and bluebells. I began to crochet a blue flower to give me something to do at a hospital appointment (I was expecting a long wait!) but then it was cancelled and I didn’t get very far. I thought it might make a nice hand towel but I think it will be too holey so perhaps it can turn into a cushion.


Have you been working on any yarn projects this week?

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7 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays – 105 (blue)

  1. Carol

    Omgosh, I do the same thing. When Terry was in the hospital for 3 days I grabbed yarn and stitched away. When we came home, I thought “what the heck am I going to do with THIS” and pulled it apart. Love that blue!
    xx, Carol

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