Thursday, September 1, 2011

Building blocks

Adding to the block count this week and reading 'It takes a village' by Christine Stinson.

Set in post war Sydney. the main character is a young girl who grows up an orphan with her grandfather and cared for by neighbours. A story about community at its worst and best.

The current stack - count 29.

More to come.
Joining in the yarn along this week - and getting lots of inspiration from the other participants.
Hope your week is colourful.

9 comments:

marina said...

Well done!
Have you decided what the final tally will be?

melicity said...

Your blocks are pretty! I usually resist doing any kind of squares because I loathe weaving in ends. Even the scrapgan that I am doing right now, though I love it, is driving me crazy with end-weaving! lol! :)

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Maria said...

Mistea I love the pretty pastels you have made your crocheted squares out of.

Shay said...

Powering along there Mistea. I love seeing all those colours together. It reminds me of gelati!

Knitters Notebook said...

The colors all look so pretty together...

~~Renee

Karen said...

beautiful, peaceful colors - can't wait to see the final result!
Karen

DoleValleyGirl said...

Looking forward to seeing these blocks all sewn together; they're lovely. :) ~Lisa

ohangelina said...

your work is stunning. i love the colours. what is the pattern ?

Cody and Nicole said...

Sounds like a great book, I will definitely have to take a look at it. I am also working on some granny squares, looks like you are much further along than me!