The week in review: December 30, 2012 through January 3, 2013

What a week. I didn’t realize as the sun set on December 30 just how quickly I would be catapulted into the the year that was about to start, but just twenty-nine and a half hours after welcoming the new year, I was back to the pre-dawn routine of getting my son ready for school.

There was a breakfast to be cooked, a lunch to be made, a dog to be walked, and a deadline to be met.

I got them all done.

I also finished the long-forgotten/abandoned/languishing six sudoku afghan, I made substantive progress on a seafarer’s cap I had intended to give as a Christmas present (it might finally be ready tomorrow), and I resumed work on the African flower hexagon meditation that I had had to set aside in mid-December to focus on holiday projects that were more time sensitive.

Now, for the week in review:

Sunday, December 30 2012

December 30: Crochet squares to be used in solving the crochet sudoku puzzles
December 30: Crochet squares to be used in solving the crochet sudoku puzzles

Do you sudoku?

Monday, December 31, 2012

crochet sudoku puzzle
The sixth crochet sudoku

The sixth sudoku

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

crochet sudoku puzzle blanket
The six sudoku crochet afghan

Setting my intentions for 2013

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

expensive multicolor yarn
Yarn I bought to make a crochet cowl for my mother

An embarrassment of riches

Thursday, January 3, 2013

crochet flower meditation
African flower crochet meditation, January 3, 2013

In which I get the hang of the seafarer’s cap and resume work on the African flower meditation