On a Monday I can still remember the fun I had over the weekend, Wednesday is the middle of the work week, on Thursday I start getting hopeful and on a Friday I can taste the weekend. But what about a Tuesday? It’s so…. just there. Weekend memories are too far away and the upcoming weekend might as well be a year away.
What we need is a bit of colourful inspiration to get us going on a Tuesday, don’t you think? A pretty picture, beautiful scenery or colourful imagery. Yup, that’ll liven up Tuesdays and turn it into a terrific day!
From now on I will go through my photos and Pinterest likes every Tuesday and find us a pretty picture to add colour and joy to the day.
This is the main motif of this Japanese pattern for a crochet top. I adore it! Unfortunately, I won’t be making more of these pretty square lacy motifs because I need 18 50g balls of yarn for top! I only have 10 ballsof Vinnis Serina and seriously can’t justify having to buy eight more at almost £5 a ball – on top of the 10 I already bought! So, the yarn will be used for a knitted sweater which only needs 8 balls and this motif will beautify my bedside table. Once I worked away the two tail ends of course.
Wishing you all a Terrific Tuesday.
That’s a very pretty square! It instantly triggered a “I want one of those” 🙂
Steph Griffin said:
I love the color of that yarn!
It reminds me of when I lived in Monterrey, California. It has a coastal vibe, not nautical though. Just more like looking out to the ocean while walking through neigborhoods. Especially the little town next to it, Pacific Grove. They had cute little houses with white picket fences and flowers galore , with water in the background just steps away. ( lol.wow.One pic just took me back 20 years.)
You did such a great job on your sweater! Cannot wait to see this one. I tried knitting at the same time I tried crochet – crochet won out. No denying I would love to be able to make my own cardigans though. Maybe someday i’ll try again:)
A thrifty decision and a lovely jumper pattern. Love you.
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