Sunday 4 July 2021

A SLOW TIME

 

I haven't posted for a while as I simply had nothing to show. Projects in progress were slow to grow while I had little ability to focus on much due to headaches and lack of sleep . Running the household was my main priority which left me little energy for anything else.  

With a spurt of energy I am enthusiastically trying some new crochet .  I really needed to use cotton yarn for this project but couldn't get to the wool shop so I have used left over acrylic yarns instead.  " Blooming Lotus " square is from Sisters in Stitch with a free pattern and tutorial. The acrylic yarn isn't as good but for a trial run it does the trick.




                           I bought another crochet book. 




I have made a start on one of the projects in the book after I finally bought a few balls of cotton yarn on Friday.





 


Remember the cushion cover I crocheted a while ago? I bought a cushion insert when I was shopping for the yarns and finished it off on Friday night.




Block 6 of " Simple Days" was a delight to stitch. I am in the process of piecing the blocks but, as usual, it seems to take me forever choosing what fabric goes where.




 I promise to pop over to your blogs soon . Thankyou so much for visiting me.



6 comments:

  1. Hope you are feeling better.... Pretty Crochet trials...... Hope you get the fibre you want ....

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  2. That trial flower is very pretty. Keeping the household running is a full-time job at the best of times let alone when not feeling well. Hope you are on top of things now. Enjoy your new book.

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  3. You have some lovely projects happening.

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  4. The lotus pattern is very pretty Ondrea and your finished cushion looks great. Pretty stitcheries. Hope you are feeling better. xx

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  5. Lovely crochet and stitchery.... love that round you are doing
    Hugz

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  6. Hope you are feeling better this week Ondrea, your trial crochet is beautiful. I am sure you will have fun with the new book.

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