In late January of this year I made six granny squares and wrote this blog post about them. I had made the squares to be included in a project that was being done by Yarn Bombing Los Angeles that involved using granny squares to create a building cozy of sorts for the Craft and Folk Art Museum.
Here is the photo I was able to get in the not quite late enough afternoon light:
Once I got my photo of the outside of the building, I took another 45 minutes or so to cross the street and take a look at what were then the two current exhibitions: This Is Not a Silent Movie (Four Contemporary Alaska Native Artists ) and Sonya Clark’s Material Reflex.
It is called art“work” for a reason, and yesterday (inspired in part by the work I saw last week), I decided to take a more precise inventory of the cookies for Cookieghan 2.0 to make certain that I did not crochet too many of one kind of cookie and not enough of another.
Here is a cookie bar graph composed of the small crochet cookies:
With a clear idea of what needed making, I finished all six of the frosted oatmeal cookies that remained to be crocheted and got a start on the 9 remaining peppermint swirls:
Additionally, I finished 6 of the butter pecans (five of which are in the photo), along with 6 peanut butter blossoms and 6 snickerdoodles:
Tomorrow, after I spend the first hour of my crochet day weaving in the ends that I did not get woven in today, I will update the cookie inventory, get out my hook, and hopefully make as much progress as I did today.
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