While a whole lot of napping is going on....
...there was also a whole lot of crocheting going on.
Participating in Melissa's fabulous a square a day in may -- which I loved, btw -- I have finally finished all of the blocks.
May 15 More V's Please
May 16 Alter Ego
May 17 Lemony Lime Citrus Square
May 18 Starburst Flower Square
May 19 Ladybug Square
May 20 Eye of the Beholder
May 21 Georges Granny
May 22 Impossible Hexagon
May 23 Versailles
May 24 Bright and Cheery
May 25 Birthday Flower
May 26 Blooming Lace
May 27 Grandma's More Complex Star
May 28 substitution --> Groovy Purse instead of
Peace Sign Granny Square
Why the substitution for this block? Well, simply -- my children inform me on almost a daily basis that if it was 'in' when I was a kid, then it is not 'in' for me when I am an adult. And seeing how I grew up with the whole greg-marcia-brady-groovy-far-out-peace-sign thing, I can not revist that or worse yet, embrace it.
Actually, I think my kids fear that I will start using 'far out!' and 'groovy!' whenever I talk to them.....or gasp! ...when their friends are over!
Oh, the thought of it.
May 29 Yarn Clouds Square
May 30 Kaleidoscope Blossom
I have already woven all of the ends of each block (thank you 6 hour road trip in the family van last weekend...) and now for the icing on the cake---> joining them together into a gorgeous throw.
I can't wait!
Honestly, this whole thing has been a huge uplifting endeavor. Seeing everything come together; with all of the vibrant colors; and the design of the blocks ---- well, for someone who can talk herself out of completing a project, this has been
Far out! fabulous!