I've started joining (!) the therapy crochet afghan in beautiful teal.
More squares have been added since I took this picture. It's coming along quite nicely, the teal making the solid color squares really pop.
Progress had halted but I have decided to resume work on the granny stripes cowl.
I stopped because it seems as though it's going to be a longer cowl than I wanted. I'm seaming it up at the end as I didn't want to try and join 150 chain stitches in a loop without it twisting, so i can always make it to whatever length I want, but I don't want a chunky seam. It's too short to be a decent scarf, (scarflette?) and I don't really want to add buttons to it. So I've decided I'll push forward. It'll just be a longish cowl and maybe next time I'll chain 100.
Squares! Or, soon to be squares.
The top red, yellow, and blue is a redo of my Vera's Spike Stitch Daisy Pattern. I don't like how the center curled and was fluffy, and am just not pleased with it in general so I decided to redo it. The pink one is a square design that I had floating around in my brain for a bit, so it's nice to get it out and in 3D. I've been writing these down as I go so watch this space for new patterns!
A knit (!) hat and cupcake pincushion are in progress as well, because I can't have just one project going on at a time, but I don't have pictures of those.
What's on your hooks and needles this week?
ETA: Check out these 5 crochet hacks. #4 is going to save me a ton of money!