Happy Wednesday everyone! I'm excited to say I've been on a painting frenzy. I painted our bathroom yesterday and decided to start repainting our living room. The sad thing about the bathroom is I was painting it the same color it already was, a light green, so it wasn't very satisfying. Hence the reason I plan to go out this morning and buy NEW colors for the living room/family room area. We've lived in the house for 5 years come April 20th, so it's time to spruce it up a bit.
On a side note, I wanted to welcome all of my new followers to the blog! I've now hit 60! Thank you! I look forward to seeing everyone's projects through WIPW and FO Friday, as well as "talking" with you in comments.
I've been working hard since Friday on the blanket I started a few weeks ago (WIPW 26). I've decided to stop complaining about the annoying yarn and work through it. So far, so good. Since it's Wednesday, I was trying to get to the point of having all three colors, even if the 3rd was just started, but of course I screwed up. In my hurry and putting it down and picking it back up throughout the day, I crocheted going the other way, meaning one side was double as thick. Oy. The really bad thing is this yarn is pretty impossible to frog, so it actually ripped. The GOOD thing, the yarn is so fuzzy, it will be easy to hide a join when I have to put the yarn back together. So, unfortunately, I only share two colors. The third is a light cream color. Hopefully I'll have it ready, with even more finished in WIPW 31 next week.
The bad thing about devoting my time to a blanket, is I probably won't have a FO Friday to share, though I will make sure to schedule a post for all of you to share your finished objects/projects. :)
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