Monday, November 18, 2013

~ bored ~

When I had to rewrite the 'simply pretty' pattern, I decided to crochet up a little blanket using 'Peruvian Print' from Red Heart Super Saver since I have 2 skeins of it.
 

I got to the end of 1 skein and got bored, so I thought to crochet a straight across version of the same pattern.

 
Got bored with that.

Then I thought to crochet finger puppets for my great-nephew Asher.  Got bored with that. 

Don't know what to do now.   
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12 comments:

  1. Sounds to me like you need a little break. I haven't done much of anything lately. Can't decide what so I just do nothing. I imagine something will strike my fancy soon and I'll be at it again. Best wishes, Tammy

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  2. Take a walk and find new inspiration in nature :)

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  3. Aw Debi you need a break me darlin, then how about trying something you have never made before. :)

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  4. I don't have any words of advice, but I do want to tell you I love that "straight across" version! :)

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  5. I saw this on SIBOL and It inspired me, it looks similar to your simply pretty pattern
    http://sunshineinternationalblanketsoflove.blogspot.com.au/2013/09/a-new-sunshine-blanket-from-scotland.html
    or the scrap afghan here
    http://sunshineinternationalblanketsoflove.blogspot.com.au/2013/11/delivery-day-soon-comes-around.html

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  6. It happens with me too. May you should take few days off crocheting :) Or change activity to some other. I am sure after some time you will miss crocheting and will come up with great new projects! Take care, Debi!

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  7. Hey Debi, today i went on ravelry and searched for BAWL there are some fantastic ideas to inspire you there. Good luck finding your mojo

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  8. Haha...happens to me all the time. Then I stop and watch "Castle" or maybe "Mike and Molly" for a break. :)

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  9. Wow! Love the blog header. Looks like your Life in a collage.

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  10. Take a (long) walk and make photos, read a book, write something or just focus on another craft (only for a few days) :) It will be ok again:)

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  11. Nothing worse than a bored crocheter! Hope you soon get out of your 'funk'!

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