I'd like us this month to get back to nature. The beauty of the seasons, landscapes and the animals on our Earth are around us all.
There is so much we can look to, and inspire the children with, in our knitting and crocheting. The marvels of creation are superb and can be defty applied and represented in our makes as they are made of such variety and colour.
8" squares, hats, hand-warmers and completed blankets are all encouraged for us to craft.
Our colour of the month is GREEN
Here's a lovely song which I feel is pretty apt for this theme:
Here's the link for the Photo Album of makes this month:
Fresh daisy squares, lovely!
I agree...... Your floral squares are exquisite Patricia! Superb quality + colour choices. Cheers ma'dears ♥️
These pretty flowers will cheer everyone up, Patricia. Love your colors and patterns, but I'm especially liking the two on the top. A very interesting pattern and so well done.
LOVING all of these BEAUTIFUL squares, Patricia!! Such fab use of patterns and colour combos.
Magnifiques vos carrés de fleurs Patricia : vos belles fleurs de laine vont illuminer notre premier jour d'automne et chasser toutes les tristesses. Avec le fond marron ce sont de véritables fleurs qui sortent de terre et c'est splendide, surtout les 2 du bas de la photo.
Thank you, Mireille. That's exactly why I chose the brown background.
They are so pretty Patricia and like the brown border for a change.
I love all 4 of them Patricia :)
Five colour of the month squares. Unfortunately, was just a little short on the yarn for the 6th square, so had to put a little left over lavender from Marion's theme.
This is Paintbox Aran yarn, same as I made in turquoise for Patricia's theme, but whereas I had a little left over yarn with those squares, this colour I came up short in both balls, even though I used same number of stitches and rows.
Cheers, Bev darling ♥️. So grateful you sprung into supergirl action to save the day (+ your squares) Xx. Expect the unexpected!!
That's very frustrating, Bev. I've always reckoned to get five squares out of a 100 gram ball of DK yarn but have been finding lately that I can sometimes only manage four and a bit. It really shouldn't happen with the same brand though!