Monday, 16 June 2014

I'm hooked...

You know the crocheted granny square I made at our Knitting Knook? Well that evening I cast on another one... which then led to another being made, then another... and now I can't stop!

They are so fun to crochet, and now that my skills are improving, they are becoming faster to make as well. I found it so difficult for years to pick up crochet, but this is the year that it really clicked!
You can't tell from this photo but the coloured rounds are also sparkly, which makes it extra fun!

I had been hoping to make up nine squares, with borders, but I am starting to run out of the pink that is the outermost coloured round on each square... so I am wondering what to do! There are two options:

a) I do the other 4 squares with a plain pink I had planned to use in the border (it is still the same shade, so wouldn't be too different) and risk not having enough for a substantial border... 
or b) Make the other 4 squares up to where the pink would be and see what colour I have enough of to do the outer coloured round (so 4 squares would have a different outer colour)?

What would you do?

1 comment:

  1. Crocheting can be so additive! When I begin, I can't stop too :)
    As for your options, I personaly would go for b).


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