Jennifer asked for a photo of the crochet project I mentioned in my weekend crafting notes post at the notes blog. I actually happen to have one already, which is unusual for me. (I still haven’t gotten around to taking a picture of those uneven curtains you were all demanding to see the other day.) Jane and I were working out the pattern for these little picot square table coverings I’m making to hide the scratches on our cheapo end tables, and I liked the way her color sketch looked next to the squares. (The squares are as yet untrimmed, unblocked, and unjoined, obviously.)
This is the Picot Square Tablecloth pattern from Vintage Crochet, a most delicious book. I’m making two smaller cloths instead of one big tablecloth. There are pink and cream colored squares, too. I stole the yarn from another Vintage Crochet project I have in the works: the ripple stripe blanket. It’s a long-term endeavor. You can see a wee bit of it creeping into the frame at the top right.
I like these starry squares because they’re so quick and finite. Thinking in terms of “this square” is much less intimidating than “this big huge project I’d like to finish sometime this decade.”
Rilla inspects to see if it passes muster.
Hmm, I’ll need to see the pink one before I can make a judgment. I like the green one, though. It matches your bag.
I Knew Those Colored Popsicle Sticks I Bought Three Years Ago Would Come in Handy Someday
Bread and Butter
Needles and Pins
The Nice Thing about This Picture Is that It Doesn’t Show How Badly I Botched the Sweater
“A quick one,” she said. Ha!