At the next napping break, I was so drunk with my new found superpowers that I figured I'd use them on my crochet projects. I finally finished my alpaca Cow(L) yesterday and just need to block it. However, in my cleaning frenzy, I had thrown it in my "get-to-later" box, otherwise known as "people-are-coming-over-and-I-must-hide-the-clutter" box. Also, I've never blocked anything before, so I don't know how I'm going to block a mobius. However, I did have my bag of hexagons that I started working on for my Carnival-like shawl.and figured blocking individual motifs would be easier than blocking a large circular wrap. Ahhh...my naivety is so cute sometimes.
|Crocheted by MyDailyFiber who has amazing stuff on her blog and on Ravelry|
ACK! How pretty is that? I love how the hexagons make swirls when sewn together. It's like they're hypnotizing me. While I was
|From Jojoland yarns|
Here are some of my hexes that I have complete:
|Swirlies even a nerd would like|
I, being the ever so
So, this is what I have to show for an hour and a half blocking attempt:
Two hexagon-ish swirls and a pile of sopping wet wool.
I am ashamed.
Next time, I'll only wet two spirals to begin with so that I'm not left with a wet pile of FAIL staring me in the face. Blocking. Argh.