The week (and month) in review: January 27 through January 31, 2013

Today was filled with errands to be run, but I managed to squeeze some crochet in anyway, starting with weaving in the ends of all of the hexagons I have found so far for a child’s afghan that I began when my now fifteen-year-old was at least 10 years younger. But I found that not only had the last five years sped past, so has the last month, and with the ever increasing speed of the passage of time at the forefront of my mind, I got to work.

Here are all of the hexagons in their ends woven in glory:

colorful critter crochet hexagons
I finish weaving in ends on the colorful critter afghan

I also had time to assemble many of the UFOs I finished for a group photo:

finished crochet projects
Projects I finished this past January

Missing from the photo are the chair leg socks:

crochet chair leg socks
Eight crochet chair leg socks

Seafarer’s Cap:

ribbed crochet cap
The Seafarer’s Crochet Cap, ready to wear

and the fourth square from the Sisterhood of Colors swap:

granny square crochet variation
The front of Crochet Square 4

Now, for the week in review!

Sunday, January 27, 2013

large granny square
The great granny square at 60″

I once again resume work on the great granny square

Monday, January 28, 2013

crochet amigurumi collection
Sherbet and his amigurumi compatriots

I finish Sherbet the bear

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

five-inch granny squares
Six five-inch granny squares

Just six granny squares

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

four crochet pot holders
Four crochet pot holders on a blustery day

A blustery day

Thursday, January 31, 2013

felted crochet pot holders
Four felted crochet pot holders, all in a row

How Clover bent-tipped yarn needles changed my life and the genius of Anne Halliday