In which I find the yellow yarn

I had had to set aside the Sunshine and Shadow project because I was out of the orange and yellow yarns that I needed to finish it.

Or so I thought.

Yesterday, however, while I was looking for some Red Heart Super Saver magenta yarn to use in my flight of fancy bag, I found what remained of a skein of bright yellow Bernat Super Value yarn.

This discovery allowed me to make the first two rounds of the fourteen yellow squares I needed to make for the Sunshine and Shadow blanket, and despite the threat of rain that had loomed throughout most of the day, I was able to find a dry spot on my porch with just enough light to take this photo documenting my efforts:

sunshine and shadow crochet squares
Sunshine and shadow with yellow squares

As for the magenta, I did eventually find a skein, and will be using it in the fourth (and as yet to be completed) row of this last panel I need to finish before I can being the final assembly of the flight of fancy bag:

small crochet squares
I add a third row to one of the 10 x 10 square panels

I had really hoped to finish a project by the end of this week, but it often seems that projects have their own agenda, and even though I don’t know in what hour either of these projects will be finished, I will continue to move forward, one stitch at a time.

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