Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Crochet corner

They're not the hexapuffs that I've been seeing all over the place, but they are similar.

Here's a sneak of my new favourite project..






And I had to get reading glasses! I've never worn glasses before, and I'm finding it a lot of fun. I feel smarter already.

12 comments:

Rose Red said...

Such lovely muted colours. Can't wait to see this finished!

I think I should get my eyes checked. I could do with some extra brains these days!

missfee said...

I love this colour and shape combination that you are making - so so gorgeous

But you are already smart no need to add glasses to that - but if you can see to crochet better - that is a good thing

Jussi said...

beautiful!

must be the "cough" age sweetie, I've had to give in and get some glasses for movies and long distance driving, I have a stern black pair and a flouncy pink and cream pair - loads of fun!

LynS said...

Love the colours. They remind me of the Fruit Tingles of my childhood.

Ness said...

Love! The colors are great, and so is the shape! That hexipuff pattern really has been all over Ravelry, yeah?

I've been wearing contacts since junior high. I think I just need a cute pair of glasses to swap out every once in a while because, you're right! You do feel smarter in glasses! :)

Maria said...

Love hexagons and your colour choice is lovely

DrK said...

Gorgeous colours, such lovely delicate little hexagons. So stylish, just like your glasses. I'm sure you will have lots of fun peering at people over the top of them.

Ann said...

Lovely colors. I recently learnt crochet & it's so much faster than knitting.

1funkyknitwit said...

One word - LOVE !!!!!


btw... you were smart without them :D

CrochetBlogger said...

Really adore the colors. Muted tones and yet still colorful. Great choices!

Faeryfay said...

Oooooh! They are all gorgeous!

Sheridan said...

Congrats on the new smarts, lol. I got glasses a while back and thought it was great fun until I realised that I actually do need to wear them to see properly...the novelty has worn off now