Thank you to Flair for taking over blogging duties for a day. She is right when she says that posting a chore list was scraping the bottom of the barrel! You will be happy to hear I did manage to make it through most of that list, except for the car washing. I replaced that with a pool vaccuuming and drove the car to a car wash yesterday. Little Onslow was absolutely filthy and it was bringing me down just to be in the car. Yes, I am a head case – if things are in too much disarray or filth, I get emotionally unhinged.
Here’s a look at both sides of my Larger than Life Bag. I copied Vicki and decided to do a border around all of the individual squares in addition to the outer border that the pattern calls for. I am now working on the panel that goes between the two sides. It is a pattern repeat of a row of single crochet, then a row of double crochet and then another single crochet. Since I am new to crochet, it is very challenging for me to ‘read’ the fabric — if I put it down, it takes awhile to figure out which row I have just completed and what needs to come next. I am enjoying it though – hope I can say the same once it’s time to sew the lining!
**and yes, I do see how dusty that pig pot is. OMG – I’ve got to get the dust rag!!!! argh!!!!!!
Oooh, there are Pepperidge Farm cookies sitting next to the pig o’ the day. Mmmmmmmmm, cookies!
I like your square colors.
Looking good One Eye Will!! Looking good!
Cara said your house was spotless…next to hers and mine it probably is!
Can’t wait to see your bag. It is ok to have a bit of dust – really!
Love your pug too. Looks like my poor old Winnie who is so gray and wobbly on her paws.
Much better to take your car to the car wash than having to drag your pool to the pool vacuumer. ;)
how cute is that lu? and she’s not even dusty!
The squares look wonderful–and so does the pug!