I began my crochet day today with something of a clean slate.
Having finished organizing the two IKEA Expedit shelving units in my crochet empire/guest room, and having only decided what I will not do for my Non-threaded needlecraft afghan of 2 or more colors for the 2011 North Carolina State Fair and not what I will do, I found myself without a specific course of action for the day.
Not wanting to let the day slip away from me without having accomplished any crochet of note, I made a second set of four chair leg socks.
Using Red Heart Super Saver warm brown, a 3.75 mm hook, and a bent-tipped yarn needle from my trusty Clover chibi, I had enough socks for a second chair before it was time for lunch:
After rendering a second chair screech-free, I was ready for some color. I got out my Red heart Super Saver dark orchid and pumpkin along with an H hook and finished the last two of eight additional squares for what is now the Quadrant Blanket times three:
I have no clue what I will do for a border for this once the squares are joined, but I decided to worry over that another day and grabbed a pile of messy scraps, my J hook, and began work on yet another stash bag using my personal favorite stash bag pattern:
I will be spending most of my weekend indoors avoiding the double delight of 100+ºF temperatures and thunderstorms, so I expect that will leave me at least some time to join the squares of the Quadrant Blanket times three and give some thought as to what I will do for the state fair instead of just identifying what I won’t do.
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