Tuesday I packed my crochet bag, my camera and new zoom lens in the car before taking my mum to the airport after her three week stay with us. I had plans to go and have some quiet time at Centennial Parklands before meeting up with Donald for lunch. After waving my mum goodbye I drove around the parklands to find the perfect spot to sit. I laid down my blanket and attached my zoom lens and started observing the bird life and anything else that caught my eye. It was a very peaceful way to pass the time.
Then I picked up my crochet hook and continued on with my blanket that I started when my mum was in hospital last year. It's almost getting there, still a few more rows to go and then I'm going to give it a border to finish it off. Here I am sitting under the Liquid Amber tree crocheting for my self portrait for the week.
And here is my blanket so far, it's quite a random mix but I think I would like to put some more green in there. It's been such an easy project, something I can just pick up anytime and I don't have to think about it much. I can't wait for some more cooler weather to be able to snuggle under it when it's finished.
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