At last, at last the rainbow circle cushion is FINISHED! To tell you the truth, I finished it a couple of weeks ago, but I’ve had a very poorly little girl to look after and didn’t get a chance to photograph it until now.
What do you think?
It’s the zingy-est, brightest, most eye popping cushion in the house! I found the pattern to be really fast to work up and easy to follow (you can find it in that ever fabulous book ~ Cute & Easy Crochet by Nicki Trench) and the wool was generally delightful to work with (despite the fact it split a little here and there). The wool was Amy Butler Organic Cotton DK and I’d absolutely use it again simply because the colours available are so gloriously happy ones!
So with a crochet project complete and a little girl at home ill, I decided to have a look through my stash of WIP’s to give me something to do whilst she slept and lay on the sofa recovering (I hasten to add, she is much better now – thank goodness!). I discovered my Granny Stripe blanket hidden away under a chair (things get sequestered all over the place in this house) and I suddenly had an urge to be doing rhythmical stripes again. Stripes, be they granny, straight or ripple have a very soothing effect on me; I find it most therapeutic to curl up on the sofa with a bag of rainbow coloured yarn and lose myself if the repetitive motion of going backwards and forwards.
Anyway, it’s coming along pretty nicely! I’ve decided to be very random with this blanket which is destined for my daughter and am choosing colours as I go. I wonder what you think of it so far?
I wasn’t too sure about the darker shades at first, but I think they’re growing on me. If you like this pattern and would like to give it a go, you can find it over on Attic 24’s blog here.
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