OOOoooopss, the name of this group is 'one-a-day', but this week it has been
As you may know, my one-a-day squares for my sunnyspread throw have been made during school drop-offs and pick-ups....a good system that hasn't failed yet........well until half-term that is..........
The squares themselves are not difficult to make and very quick also, so last night after the boys were tucked up and stories had been read, I busied myself and nearly caught up...... but not quite!
So with this week's six, I am now on 48
Must admit, I have not tired of this project and could easily see myself making another as the stitch detail is so simple and pretty.
Onto other things.............yesterday I read on nicoleandthebee about a lovely project being started by a fellow Raveller, Lynne.
Last year, Lynne's new born son, Sam, had to spend Christmas in hospital. During this obviously emotional and stressful time, Lynne did a lot of crochet including some crocheted snowflakes for her son's incubator. This year she is trying to get other people involved to help crochet enough snowflakes to go into all the incubators in the special care baby unit............anyway to read more about her story and appeal, please look here.
These little snowflakes are quick to make and easy to fit around other larger projects which we may all need a break from now and then........I know I can certainly commit to doing some........wouldn't it be lovely to do something so special this Christmas! Go on.......you know you want to!
If you want to check out other one-a-dayer's work please look on gingerbreadgirls blog.