Hi peeps, yes – I am still here; it has been crazy in our household since my last post.
So apologies for not posting lately but I will endavour to come back more frequently now.
Thanks for sticking around.
So, to start off my “comeback” I will show you one of my crochet projects I completed not so long ago. It is one that can drive you “bananas” as there is a colour change every 4th stitch or so. I found the free pattern on the Paintbox Yarn website and fell in love.
Most of the time I buy my yarn on LoveCrochet and at the time there were a few specials on the Paintbox yarn. So I sat down and figured out what I needed. Once the stash
arrived I could begin:
- 4mm KnitPro crochet hook
- 1 x 10-ball pack “Scribbles” Paintbox Cotton Aran
- 1 x ball each of Paintbox Cotton Aran – Pure Black, Candyfloss Pink, Washed Teal and Sailor Blue
- Needle to sew in ends and scissors
Skill Level as per pattern is said to be Intermediate but I think if you are comfortable with the colour changes it should be easier.
It is a great project because it is so different from other bags or blankets.
I can offer a photo while I was in the middle of the work and of course a finished result:
I loved making it.