I made more colourful progress on Demelza’s central square. I still haven’t used all the colours and I’ve only repeated one (petrol) to add some contrast. Last night I made a huge mess of one round which I only realised when the stitch count wasn’t working out on the next, but I sorted it out and it’s all good.
I’m trying not to think of completing a large blanket made with such exacting directions – one step at a time! No pressure.
Nicola. Beauitful. Crochet has always been simple and easy for me and i suspect it is how I like it. It does explain my passing aquaintance with knitting as well. I see courage in the way you have taken to crochet. Cannot be boredom! :0}. Roxanne
Hey Roxanne, thank you for your comment. Hope all is well with you. xx
This is a beautiful example of why I want to learn how to crochet. Simply gorgeous!
Well, thank you. What a lovely thing to say. This is definitely not for the beginner. I am finding it a challenge and I’ve been crocheting for years! It’s never too late to learn though.
It’s really pretty!
~Have a lovely weekend!