Here are the last three sets of my crochet hexies. That’s all of the 1,188 pieces completed I need for my blanket. Next thing will be to decide on a layout – a lot of playing around ahead.
I’ve added these to the Hexie project page, almost forgot about them.
Now it’s only two more colours to go, plus some fillers. I’ll go hunting for nice colours one of the next days.
I’ve added two more sets to the Hexie project page. Now I have only 236 pieces or approximately five balls left to do. The next two Hexie colours will be peacock and amethyst like suggested by Kate. 🙂 Before starting I will take a short break, there’s another project I’m working on at the moment. Still a secret, only trying out an idea I had a while ago so don’t expect nothing spectacular.
I’ve added both to the Hexie project page. More colours already on the way.
I’ve now made an inventory of my ufos/wips. Depending on the way I count the number is now between 62 and 75. 😉 Each month some of them will go on a list. This method worked well for my daily stuff for the last few months so I’m optimistic about my craft projects. 👍
Since Wednesday, I’m no longer on the sick list. But as I’ve no longer got a job I had to apply for unemployment benefit. They gave me half a ton’s worth of forms to fill in and return. The monthly sum my health insurance paid me was just about enough to cover my expenses, UB is a quarter less. As soon as I’ve got the written notice I’ll have to apply for a little extra money from the housing office hoping this will cover at least my fixed expenses. Luckily, I’ve saved a small sum for hard times so I don’t have to queue for free food. And I’m used to an economical way of living so I’ll be okay.
My newest batch of Hexies has just been added to the Hexie project page.
Two more colours are on their way already.
Lana Grossa Meilenweit Aloha, colour #4001, 100 grams, 55 pieces
I’ve spent a couple of hours weaving in the ends of five new sets of Hexies and have added them to the project page. The first picture is from my newly started ball of Lana Grossa Meilenweit Aloha – green, yellow and red.
First of all apologies for being a little absent from blogging and commenting recently.
A few things beyond my control kept me busy. And my day job is killing me. Not that I have too much to do, au contraire. I’ve only got work to do for a small part of the day, which is horrible as I’m unable to do anything else during the time I wait for the next thing to do. Absolutely draining mentally and physically. I’m working on a solution.
But, back to the topic, no plans for 2016 doesn’t mean I don’t have any (in fact they kept multiplying for at least one year) but I’m not blogging about them because I failed last year in most parts, so I’m just letting things go easy this year. 🙂 I have chosen five main projects and created virtual project baskets instead of my old project list. I’ll work mainly on these projects, if one is finished another one will follow. Hope this works.
I’m also busy working behind the scenes of my blogs. Also, some surprise projects are on their way or in planning stage. All in good time.
But despite the distress in real life I still managed to finish some projects with a couple of them not blogged about. Maybe I can manage to slip in the odd post some time or another.
Last but not least I want to thank my followers and readers for just being there. You keep me going. ♥
It’s been a little quiet around here lately. But I haven’t been idle. Among other things, I was working on the refinement of the knitted hexies – which didn’t prove successful in the end. So I frogged what I had and went looking for another pattern. I ended up with my volume of Brigitte häkeln from the 70s, tried the crochet hexies et voilá!
The hexies are about the same size as the knitted ones and also take the same time to make (fifteen minutes each), using a 2 mm hook. I’ll need at least 1,188 hexies if I stick to the planned size. Estimated time for delivery: early winter 2017.