Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Yarn Along/ WIP Wednesday

I've got a bit of a cold at the moment which has been waking me up at night so I'm feeling a bit tired and sorry for myself. Perfect excuse for some crochet!

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I've got the latest copy of Simply Crochet which I'm looking forward to having a look through in a minute with a nice cup of tea. I'm liking the cushion in the top left, would be good for some stash busting and for learning some new stitches. I've had my eye on Little Woollie's stripey blanket pattern for a while so looking forward to reading more about it.

I'm working on another big granny square for a blanket. I'm changing the starting colour with each square and this is the last one I think. Next I'll do the colour sequence in reverse which should give me another 7 squares and then I need to decide what to do next!

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I'm still working on my Rays of Gold mystery KAL. I've tried not to show too much in this picture but I'm loving how it's knitting up. The next clue comes out on Friday and I need to do another couple of inches before I'm ready for it. This stage is quite straight forward though so I don't need to concentrate very much. Just as well really, my brain feels very fuzzy!

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27 comments:

  1. I love the colours on the mystery knit along and the pattern looks gorgeous

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    1. It's pretty isn't it, I'm so looking forward to seeing it when it's finished

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  2. I love the texture on the mystery knit.
    Feel better!

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  3. love the squares!! have fun with the mystery knit!!

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  4. Eyecatching project, I love the way you use colours! Hope you will fine again very soon!

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  5. The granny squares are beautiful and the mystery knit colours and pattern are stunning.

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  6. I love the colors and the way the yarn is working up on the Mystery KAL.

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    1. Thank you :-) The yarn was from Wildflower Whimsy/Zenstring and has been in my stash for far too long! It's lovely seeing it finally being used

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  7. I love granny squares with all different colors. Looks great! And speaking of colors, those blues and greens are just awesome!

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    1. Thank you, I'm definitely a colour lover lol

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  8. Loving the design of the mystery KAL.

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    1. It's so pretty, I'm looking forward to see how the bottom of the cardigan is finished and how the sleeves look

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  9. Your mystery KAL looks very interesting! I love the yarn you have chosen to use - very pretty.

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  10. Your mystery knit is beautiful. I love the colorway. I like the idea of switching up the order of the grannies. Very pretty sunset colors.

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  11. Deliciously mysterious mystery knit. So nice colours and pattern both.

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  12. love your granny squares! the perfect thing to cheer you up when you have the sniffles!!!

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  13. Lovely colourful projects! I hope you feel less sorry for yourself really soon ;) x

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  14. Boo on the head cold. Sorry you're suffering. Those Granny squares consist of a striking array of colors. Interesting how you have that black in it. The shawl is awesome.

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  15. Stay warm and take a rest! Your projects look lovely. Regula

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  16. I hope you feel better soon, some great crochet projects on your hook, such gorgeous vibrant colours. Look after yourself. Deb x

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  17. Beautiful Granny Squares - love your color choices. I also liked the cushion in this issue of Simply Crochet but when I started crocheting I went a bit mad on making cushions so my family are a bit sick of them now!

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  18. I just adore the blues and greens together!!

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