I made these granny squares as part of the Slugs on the Refrigerator Crochet Camp. It was still in the deep dark depths of winter. I think bunting portrays such a wonderful promise of warmer weather to come, don’t you?
These bunting lengths are not yet in their final position. They’re to go in the light-well down the side of our house. It’s home to old doors, mirrors and slightly wild succulents. I think these colours will match nicely. Once we’ve done a little more spring gardening and the light-well is looking respectable, I’ll take some more pictures.
I hope you’ve all had a lovely week. It’s Friday night here in Australia… I love the promise of a Friday night… wondering what the weekend will hold. I hope yours holds an adventure or two, and at least a little crochet 🙂
Well, technically I’m already here! 😀
The wonderful Kat Goldin from Slugs on the Refrigerator (I know, it’s the coolest name ever) is hosting a four week Crochet Camp Extravaganza! Luckily, it’s only a virtual camp, since Moo and I are more 5-star kinda girls to be honest. But isn’t it gorgeous, to imagine crochet peeps all over the world, busily hooking these so cute Cherry Delicious Pot Holders.
If I’d bought the kit, then this would be made from aran weight (10 ply) cotton, but since I really can’t justify any more yarn just at the moment, or for the next 2 years really, this one is made with my trusty Deramores Stylecraft Special DK.
It really is rather cute, isn’t it?
Not quite my normal style, but I think that’s half the fun, right?
If anyone’s interested, it’s not too late to join. The tents are really not too bad, and there are a couple of pubs up the road. 😀