There was one in his bed, and the little one said, “Roll over, roll over.” So they both rolled over and then there were none.
Today I finished all of the squares that comprise the Better Homes and Gardens Crocheting and Knitting Granny Square Sampler.
Along the way, I had numerous color hesitations, and several episodes of color remorse.
In the case of the color hesitations, I plowed forward despite my doubts; in the case of color remorse, I unraveled the offending yarn, rolled it in a ball, and moved onto the next color.
Yesterday I had finished Square B-5; here it is ready to be joined to the body of the beach blanket-to-be:
After I finished Square B-5, I moved onto D-5. Here it is with a somewhat somber shade of green for the last round before joining:
and here it is with a somewhat livelier blue:
With the colors for Square D-5 settled, I moved onto Square E-5 which looked like this after the dust had settled:
By the time I had picked my son up from an additional end-of-year band rehearsal, I had all of the squares joined:
Tomorrow, I will move onto the border and if I am able to maintain my focus, I just might get it done.
5 thoughts on “And then there were none”
Leslie, it’s absolutely gorgeous! I know the choice of colours has not always been straightforward as you’ve gone along but the result is stunning! If mine looks half as good as this I will be thrilled. Happy border-crocheting today! E x
Wow, that’s a cool looking blanket!
Wow, it is really stunning. I love the bold color choices.
It’s amazing! You have the most incredible knack with color…Leaves my white window panels looking very sad indeed!
looks so awesome! great job!!
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