My knitting mojo has, sadly, been somewhat slowed of late, but I did recently finish off my second ever successful crochet project (does this mean I'm bicraftual now?). This was one of those projects that I started and worked on in bits and small pieces in between larger projects and one day I was surprised to find that all the yarn had run out.
Pattern: Granny Square, from the Purl Bee
Yarn: Knit Picks Palette, 1/2 ball each of Lantana, Eggplant, Iris Heather, Clematis Heather, Mist, Mulberry, Huckleberry Heather, and Black (don't ask me which one is which...except for the black -- that one's pretty obvious), all left over from my Dipped Infinity Scarf, which...huh...I guess I never blogged about.
Hook: 3.75mm (F)
Finished dimensions: 31" squared
In an effort to use every last bit of my yarn, I did have to finish off a few rounds with different colors. All of these purples are so similar that I don't think it's noticeable and, actually, I kind of like that it's imperfect in that way. I did the same edging as I did with my last Giant Granny Square and am happy with it. This is a smallish-sized baby blanket and will be a gift for one of the many gals I know right now who will soon be having little ones.