she says between yawns. ;-)
The pattern for the La Vie en Rose Afghan
was complete and I was ready for a nap! ;-)
There's a lot that goes into writing a pattern.
(I'm not complaining...probably bragging. ;-) )
And now the pattern can be found on Etsy by clicking here.
It includes a join-as-you go method, if preferred, and an invisible join.
This 11 page photo step-by-step pattern/tutorial
will delight crocheters...beginning to advanced. ;-)
This afghan took a long time, for me, only because I kept putting it away for other projects.
It's 37 rows long and one row could feasibly be crocheted in one to two evenings.
So just as I was about to lay (lie) down, "La Vie" asked for a photo shoot.
How could I say no to my intermittent companion for the last two years?
So here she is:
On the blue patio chair.
On the kitchen counter.
Folded up on the kitchen stools.
Rolled up on the kitchen stools.
Rolled up on the sofa.
(This was "La Vie's" idea.)
Spread out on the lawn.
Hanging on the back fence.
Soon "La Vie" will be accessorized with a lacy trim/edging.
But that won't be until after my nap.
Hey, how about a give away of this pattern?
OK, let's make this interesting....
The first person to guess what I am thinking about will receive the pattern.
Here are some clues:
1) It's eight lines of lyrics from a song.
2) It's very beautiful.
3) It speaks of love and loneliness.
4) The singer has been in several movies.
5) The singer is also "Divine".
6) It relates to this pattern.
A pattern for your thoughts about my thoughts in the comment section?
First one to guess will receive the .pdf pattern emailed.