know us a little better.
many of you are probably nodding along in agreement as you read this !
I have been busy building another tower of squares
and I am currently working on the border.
I think I may just add one more row of green bobbles
to finish it off.
I particularly love making blankets where the main body is worked as one
solid piece of
fabric rather than lots of tiny squares.
There is something so calming about
backwards and forwards, watching the blanket slowly grow.
Greys, taupes, and creams are definitely my go to colours,
but lately I am really working on pushing my colour boundaries a bit more.
I have really enjoyed working on these three blankets for our caravan. I love the colour
combinations of deep reds, muted greens and cream.
I think I can honestly say that there is no logical process to this at all
- I would love it if there was, but there isn't !
An idea pops in to my head of something to make or a new project to start and that's it ..
the seed is sewn and more often than not I have to start it right there and then.
I love making things for our house, presents for family and friends and trying out ideas and patterns that I have picked up from all the lovely blogs out there.
I don't think I can say that I have ever reached a point of not knowing what to make next as
I always have several ideas on the go at once.