One picture is worth a thousand words

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:

crochet en plein air
I finish making the 1×2 Bauhaus rectangles needed for my 2011 North Carolina State Fair crochet 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:

A picture that is hopefully worth a thousand words
A picture that is hopefully worth a thousand words

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.