little flower squares cushion'. Whaddaya reckon? Snappy name, eh?
I am completely in love with this project. The yarn is lovely to work with, the finished squares feel gorgeous and soft and, even though I'm making it up as I go along, it's turning out exactly as I had pictured it. Yippee!
I am racing through it (at the cost of things like feeding the children, but hey, they can fend for themselves - I've got my priorities, you know!)
I wasn't 100% sure about the colours when I got the yarn home, but now I love them. I like to think they're ever so slightly Cath Kidston-esque (I can dream!) I need to jiggle the little outer squares about a bit before I join them up (can't have two red middles next to each other, clearly) and then I need to work out if I've got enough yarn left to do a second side - always a bonus in a cushion, I find.
I'll end on a colourful little photograph that big nut took all by himself of his Easter crafty activities, and a joke that middle nut thrilled us with the other day:
Colin. Uh, no, wait. Knock, knock.