Stealth crochet

The first thing I did this morning was photograph my newly completed grape fizz earwarmer/headband.

I knew that the temperatures were going to be dropping, so last night, after I had finished my blog post, I got out my 4.0 mm hook and set to work getting the earwarmer/headband done so that when morning came, my ears and I would be ready for the pre-dawn walk with my son to the bus stop.

Here is a side view that shows the modest shaping:

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A side view of my new grape fizz earwarmer/headband

and here is a view from the front:

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A front view of my grape fizz earwarmer/headband

After the sun had risen and the dog had been walked, I then spent the entire day working on the six sudoku afghan for my son.

I finished all of the squares for the second sudoku puzzle:

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The 2nd sudoku for the six sudoku afghan

along with one square for the third sudoku puzzle:

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I get a start on the 3rd crochet sudoku for a six sudoku afghan

and got almost everything put away before he walked in the door.

Then, as he was busy ignoring me from a room that is adjacent to where I was doing my work, I continued crocheting one square after another.

I don’t yet know if my efforts will result in a completely completed afghan come Christmas morning, I but I am going to try.

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  1. So cool. Can’t wait to see the finished ‘ghan! I have some stealth work to do myself today… Love the fast and furious holiday work.

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