Thursday night, after my most recent blog post was published, my son Simon came into town for a much anticipated visit, smack dab in the middle of what is for me, the North Carolina State Fair season.
I had known since sometime in August that he would be here, so when I worked out my state fair schedule, I had made sure that I did not count on being able to get any work done on my state fair project while he was here.
But not only did we manage to fit in lunch at one of my favorite places to eat:
“We” also managed to get some work done and made modest progress on Cookieghan 2.0: aka my 2013 North Carolina State Fair project.
So Friday morning I assessed my progress by laying out the motifs I had made and joined, and I took a photo to document the moment:
As sunset neared today, I had completed most of the work on five additional motifs (the row going across the top that is not yet joined to the whole) and while there wasn’t time to finish the joining, there was time to take this photo:
lay out five additional large crochet cookies:
and then lay out 40 of small cookies to complete each of the five new crochet cookie motifs:
Tomorrow, I have few non-crochet obligations to meet, and my hope is that I am able to finish joining the top row to the body of my state fair project and get a start on joining the five new motifs.