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Friday, February 12, 2021

Round and Round the Crochet Update

 

Greetings & Salutations to you all!

In other words Howdy!

Just an update on the Round afghan previous post can be found here ARosebyandby

I continue to Frog it, which is okay because I'm still waiting on the yarn. I'm hoping this week. But mistakes were found, things didn't line up. This pattern is for an Intermediate crocheter, which I am been doing this a long time, but the pattern could be written a little better, I've done like I said alot of frogging, and talking out loud, reading and reading the instructions to get some clarity. I'ts coming along fine as I work through it. If I can finish it and it looks nice it will be worth it. I like to have busy hands, I don't watch tv, and so in the evening I like to work on something, it is relaxing and calms me. It's like an old friend always near and dear.


This is it so far....it looks like the picture and the count is right...I have some yarn left on the ball, and may be able to get another 2 or 3 rows done, and then I'll wait for the delivery.

Well, that's it for today. What are you doing while your waiting for Spring? Or some of you may be waiting for winter, what are you working on? 

   

8 comments:

  1. The afghan is going to be so beautiful. I'm fascinated that it is round. It's frustrating when patterns are not very clear. I was amazed that you could do the Wind Rose pattern, since it was in Japanese! That was a feat!

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    1. It is pretty pattern, but a yarn eater. I've taken a small break, Hortense has diverted my attention to something I started last year, we've picked that up again,.

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    2. The Japanese pattern was converted to English. but it is written slightly different then the way we write out patterns.

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  2. So very pretty. I am still working on the temperature blanket for 1976. I am on the last month now so hopefully will be finished it by the middle of next week. Then I will move on to finishing up the quilt.

    God bless.

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  3. Ha! Waiting on winter here!!! Wishing for more snow! That's going to be such a beautiful piece. I love the texture! I hope the rest of it works up smoothly for you!

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    1. It really is pretty, the designer is very talented.

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  4. You must have a lot of patience to be willing to undo what you've done and re-do it. It's looking lovely and I'm sure the end result will be beautiful. Can you be sure the new yarn will be exactly the same as the one you're using?
    What I seem to be doing a lot of this week is sitting under a blanket and reading. Oh yes, and baking.

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  5. I like to sit under a blanket too, it's so bitter cold. The yarn doesn't have a dye lot it says. I attached it and it seems ok. Well, if just stitch is in the wrong place, it throws off the entire pattern. I didn't have anything else to do anyway, since I was waiting on the yarn. It caused me to slow down and enjoy working the pattern.

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