This week, when I'm not fiddling with pattern pieces to try and get the most out of remnants of vintage fabric, I've been creating in a different sense!
I tried a Nigella Lawson chocolate cake (I found it on the internet somewhere, but can't find the link now!):
Even with icing on top! I'm amazed I had the patience!
And my pile of crochet squares is growing!
For the blankie to cover our entire bed, I'll need 90 squares, and I've made over 30 now! The wool is Morris and Sons homebrand (from that shop in the Dymocks on Collins Shopping Arcade in the city, Melbournites) and it's really nice. I didn't want to use any synthetics or unnatural stuffs on our bed, so this will wash up and keep much longer (according to the shopkeepers of Morris & Sons!).
I just read through my blogroll, and see that Christine from 'What's Up Cupcake?' has published her Q&A that I wrote up last week! How sweet!
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