Catching Up

Craft | Friday March 18 2011 | 7:07 pm | Comments (4) | Tags: , , |

So there I was getting in a routine of writing here a couple of time a week, then I lost the habit and it’s been a week and half!  Where does the time go? 

Anyway, I’ve had a bit of good news this week and I have a job!  It’s only for a couple of months starting mid April but it’s given me a real boost when my confidence work-wise has been quite low because of everything that’s happened in the past few months.  I’m really quite excited about starting work again, doing something a bit different and knowing that if it’s not quite right for me it’s only for a limited time.

And then there’s been my favourite ever bit of crochet!  That’s a big claim I know!!!  In the last 24hours I have completed another element of the crochet club and not only has it been my favourite of the project so far, it is probably the one I’ve enjoyed most ever!  I just love the stitches, colours and overall look of it.  I am easily pleased aren’t I!!

Want a look (the eagle eyed amongst you may have spotted it at the top of the page!!!):


I am now really far behind in the crochet club.  The patterns for March have just been received and I’m just finishing the first month, from January.  I don’t know why i haven’t been getting on with it because when I have been working on it I have really enjoyed it.  No excuses really! Maybe it’s just laziness as I’ve been carrying on with the granny stripe blanket which really doesn’t require much thought.

The best thing about this element of the crochet club – it requries two!!!

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  • Clarascraftroom

    I’m so happy for you with the new job…I have been looking too for a job and just started one the other night.

    Love the crochet…so pretty.

  • KT

    Congrats on your new job!

  • Heather

    Hooray! congratulations on your job, that’s fab news :) xxx

  • Ruth

    Congrats on the new job!

    In Jane Crowfoots’ book that I blogged about there is a pattern really similar to the one you show – it’s called wave and chevron or something along those lines and it’s bloody lovely (rather like yours too!) I am definitely going to have a go at it one day!