At least this is what Frederick R. Barnard asserted on December 8, 1921, in his retelling of a Chinese proverb.
I don’t know how close to the truth his assertion lies, but since I still have a lot of work to do in the next 60 hours or so, I thought I would let these photos do the talking for me (in a thousand words or less)in this blog post.
First is a photo of the 1×2 rectangles I need to finish this project:
and second is the project laid out on my back deck with very modest progress I made on the Bauhaus quilt block iv motifs, of which I need another 19:
Tomorrow and Sunday I have clear skies and sunshine to work in as I finish up this piece.
In the meantime, there are more 1×4 rectangles just waiting to be crocheted, and presumably, these two photos will tell my readers as much as I could if I wrote two thousand words. In the meantime I will move forward, one stitch, one square, one rectangle, and one motif at a time.
4 thoughts on “One picture is worth a thousand words”
You are getting there!
I ordered some of the Etimo hooks that you posted about. They should be here next week, I can’t wait to try them out. I told my Mom about them and she bought some as well, she already received hers and she loves them!
The progression of this project has been really fun to watch! It looks incredible, and I can’t wait to see the finished piece!
You can do it!!!! I can’t wait to see today’s progress!
This project is growing so rapidly! I can’t believe you have time to blog about it each day, but love to see the progress!
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