Today was perfect crochet weather.
It wasn’t too hot, it wasn’t too cold, and it wasn’t too humid, and while I would have liked to have spent it completely ensconced in my crochet, the early part of the day got eaten by obligations and errands.
But after lunch, having dispatched all of the items on my must-do list, I found myself not certain what to work on next.
One half of me wanted to spend what remained of the afternoon sorting through the projects housed in the yarn annex and the guestroom/crochet empire cataloging my Unfinished Objects (UFOs) and Works In Progress (WIPs) in preparation for the Ravelympics in July, but the other half of me wanted to sit on the back deck and enjoy the weather.
When all was said and done, the latter half prevailed, and with a Clover bent-tipped yarn needle in hand, I got to work weaving in ends of the as-yet-unfinished great granny square:
The first hour, I worked slowly, but consistently, and when the hour was up, I had these scraps to show for myself:
At the end of the second hour, I had amassed even more ends:
By the end of the third hour, I seemed to have found my weaving in ends groove, but it was time to make dinner:
After three hours of nearly uninterrupted weaving in of ends, this is what was left for me to do:
And if you would like to see video of my great granny square in action (well at least as active as an inanimate object can be), you can find “My great granny square” parts 1 and 2 here.