#97 Eyelet Lace
I ran out of apricot (I’m using every last scrap of my baby cashmerino) so there are 3 rows of sienna to finish at the top.
R4: ‘Break off yarn A’ ?!
R5: Repeat row 1 but note that you’re going to ch3 then 1 tr into the next 2 ch, not 2 tr.
R8: At the end of this row I was confused dot com, why did I only have 1 tr? I looked at the book’s photo – it’s all back to front compared to mine! I guess if a leftie wanted to create something identical then you’d need to reverse the pattern, starting from R4 > 1. Are you wondering what I’m waffling about? Well, basically left handers crochet rows from left to right, rather than righties who go right to left. This is why my holes go up to the left and yours will go to up to the right as in the book.
I quite like being different to most, it suites my sometimes contrary character. At school once out of a huge group of sixty, during lacrosse training, there were only two of us left-handers who needed to learn a different technique. This resulted in one very grumpy teacher.
#98 Old Vienna
5 3/4″ I turned R6 into a ‘tr into every tr of the previous round and ch sp as my block was a measly 5″.
R3 & 4: Crochet 1 tr not 1 dc mid round! You’ll always use the book’s photos to check if you’re switched on and thinking about what you’re doing. I wasn’t, so ended up with a funny scrunched up triangle. Bah!
This reminds me of #10 Openwork Square, which is not a good thing.
#99 Baby Bow
I see I squashed some of the bobbles down a little trying to stop the curling for this photo, but gave up for the group photo below and used pens to anchor the corners, though some bobbles still look rather subdued. They’ve perked up and are all nippley looking again now.
It was very apt crocheting this block today, as the baby for whom the Baby Jewel blanket was crocheted was born this morning! I can’t wait to see her in hospital and pass on the blanket tomorrow.
So, the next block is the big 100, wooooo! And, the beginning of the cheaty ones: ‘Look you can make them in all kinds of colour combinations and this book can be legally called 200 Blocks, when it’s really far fewer.’
Happy weekend everyone! Have fun and stay safe wherever you are. ♥
You are flying. I am behind :( But its a quiet weekend so I hope to get some catching up done. Am raising my eyebrows at your “nippley” bobbles…. But saying nothing ;)
I’m in love with #97 – all the perfect colors in the perfect order that go so well with the square pattern. Gorgeous! And also I kinda want to make something with bobbles now. ;)
Oh wow, 97 is lovely…the colours are beautiful! I love the bow too :D
All so beautiful can’t believe you are up to 97 x
#100 this coming week! Eek – time goes fast.
Love the colouring of all three blocks. My favourite has got to be the baby bow. Can’t believe your heading to 100. Feeling so far behind now, but loving every minute.
Love the colors on the eyelet lace!
I love the colors and the green bobble stitch is my favorite but I love them all :-)