March Progress

I was hoping to show photographs today of both the monthly blanket clubs I am in. But I have only managed to complete one of them, so I can show only half.

Here is the Kaleidoscope Blanket for March:

March Kaleidoscope
March Kaleidoscope

I love this, it is a very satisfying make and flows off the hook. Each month the blanket takes on a new life. I can’t wait for April.

The Jane Crowfoot Blanket is taking a little longer. I have done more than half of March, but it doesn’t flow off the hook quite as quickly. I think the main reason for this is that I don’t like crocheting in cotton in large quantities, I find it hard work and not soft and gentle like wool and silk. So I am resigned to slower progress on this. I will share photos when I have finished March.

Meanwhile I have found time to publish a quick scarf design which I am calling the January Crochet Scarf.

January Crochet Scarf
January Crochet Scarf

I also have a February Scarf which I have swatched and a March Scarf in my head – this may turn into a regular theme!

Happy Crocheting xx

4 thoughts on “March Progress

  1. Louise

    Your blanket is looking fabulous, Valerie and I love your January scarf, what yarn did you use, it looks very soft and squishy!

    1. It’s a real blanket, and will be so lovely and warm when finished 🙂
      The scarf is made from Rowan Cocoon, soft and warm, and it’s a bulky yarn which makes up really quickly. It takes only 3 balls!

  2. marissafh

    LoL … I am in both of those CALs too … and your Hexagon Club! *sigh* none of which I’ve started, but hoping to start on one soon!

    1. I think it needs some steely determination – that is what I am trying to apply !!!! Today I finished the Jane Crowfoot March installment – I need to steam block each piece before sharing the photo, yet more work!

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