Thursday, 22 April 2010



Thia is what you might see when you try to play a badly scratched copy of G-Force (rented from Love Film, who promptly sent another copy).

I thought it might prove quite inspirational, but maybe it's pattern recognition instead:

Slow progress, but progress all the same!


Linda said...
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ger said...

Berlin April rain outside the window makes your blanket look double nice... cheers, H.

Barbara Cheeseman said...

Thank you for the comment on my blog, Sue. It's nice to hear from you. Your crocheted blanket is amazing, and the shawls, and socks and your 'casket' bag - I like the way the f.m.e. brings up the raised design, clever but simple, stitching the drawn outline. Sometimes I do it from the back, with tracing on vilene, then turn over to do the filling in. Lucky you doing indigo workshops with Tiggy. i see her sometimes at a local CQ group 'Infinity'. Barbara

Heather said...

I love your colourful crochet - it is so cheering and reminds me of a blanket my aunt made when our children were small. They used to call it the poorly blanket and liked to snuggle under it when they weren't well. Thankyou for the information on my mystery plant. It came from a cutting given to me and no-one knew what it was.