Do you remember my Primavera flower granny square? To remind you, I made a free step-by-step tutorial for that square, which you can still find here
Now, I'm using the same square (just a little adapted) for my new project.
It's supposed to be a poncho. I said supposed to be, because I'm not sure how it will turn out in the end. I did actually made a poncho before, and that was a really huge project for me at the time, especially considering how much inexperienced I was then. I have only been crocheted for a year and a half, and had never made a poncho before. But, it turned out surprisingly well. You can check it out here.
This time I chose completely different colors. Autumn colors. I noticed how my work changes, how I now gravitate towards darker, earthy colors and whole-colored stuff. And it's totally OK with me. I allow myself to change. And to grow with every change. I think it's essential for any progress.
This square. Pure love. I found it at this
gorgeous online place
, and instantly fell in love with it, as well as with beautiful by Haafner blog
. It's one of the most beautiful crochet places on the internet, and if you haven't visited it yet, please do, you will be delighted, as I am every time when something new is published.
I just glanced over this post. Autumn has definitely arrived
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