January 9, 2010

Too many options

Today I took a class on crocheting granny squares at an LYS in Portland. I have done them before but I've had problems with them coming out square so I thought this would be a good opportunity for improving my technique. This is the little practice granny square we made. It was a good class and I'll be going back for an advanced class in a couple of weeks. With so many project options, it's really hard to decide what to pick up and work on.

Here is a little more progress on my CHS Gilded Cage. I'm debating if I should just work on this and get it done or alternate between this and C@HRH. I also have BOAF Kindness Sampler ready to go and now I should be practicing my granny squares. What's a crafty person to do?

Here is my 1st progress photo of C@HRH. Unfortunately, I can't get it to load horizontally no matter what I try - sorry! Not much compared to Nicole's and other stitcher's I've seen out there but I'm pleased with my progress.

Thanks for everyone who has stopped by and been so encouraging. It's nice to be able to share my progress and to see what everyone else is working on.


Dani - tkdchick said...

Great granny square! Both projects are looking good!

riona said...

I love watching progress photos ... your Bird in a Gilded Cage is lovely ... and I am sure the HRH piece will be a delight as well. But those options!!! I do know how you feel ... I usually have five projects in the works at any given moment ...so there is always something to suit my mood.