Saturday, March 7, 2015

Mini Rings of Change Week 11 and YOTA

As always, I'm behind. I made it through round 35. I'm determined to get caught up this weekend!

Beautiful progress was made by my fellow CAL stitchers:
Tama
Jacqui
Linda
Carla
I can see the end in sight! It sure has been a fun CAL, and I'm so happy with my pretty blanket. And I've really enjoyed seeing all the lovely creations made by everyone else. Don't forget, we'll be staring the Mini Spirals of Change in early April if you want to join us. So far, we have Linda, Carla, Tama and myself along for the ride.
Let's do rounds 38-40 this week. That'll leave just the last two rounds for the following week. Of course, if you just can't resist, go ahead and finish early so turtle crocheters like me can see the beautiful finished product!


It's time for the YOTA (or Year of the Acronym) check in. This is being hosted by Pull the Other Thread. I'm working on the Cluttered chart from the 2003 issue of Cross Country Stitching magazine. I missed last month's check in, so this is two months of progress.

Where I was:
Where I Am Now:
I'm hoping to have the cabinet done by next month's check in.
Thanks for reading and looking.
Blessings :-)

25 comments:

  1. Oh, your afghan is looking SO PRETTY! I love the others, too. Really looking forward to the other CAL - plotting colors is fun! Nice progress on your YOTA piece - I love Jeremiah Junction :D

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  2. Wow, the mandalas are looking great! My hubby loves his slipper socks. Thanks again for posting that link.

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    1. They're all so beautiful; I love the different colors. I'm glad he likes them.

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  3. The mini rings all look great. I'm loving all of the color combinations. Nice progress on the cupboard.

    Linda

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  4. The mini rings are looking awesome! I still hope to do my edge and post it before I move! I need mine to adorn my new bathroom!

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    1. I know you're very busy right now, but I hope to see it soon :-)

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  5. Your crochet is looking beautiful and so are the others. Great progress on your stitching too:)
    You manage to do a lot of crafting even with a small kid to take care:)

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    1. Thanks, Preeti :-) The small child isn't too mobile yet, so that helps. I get a lot done while I teach the older child.

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  6. Beautiful crochet. Great progress for YOTA this month :)

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  7. Slow and steady wins the race! Great job!

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    1. Thanks, Charlotte :-) That's what I keep telling myself!

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  8. Everyone in your group is doing a great job and you're almost done! The colors are wonderful!

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    1. Yes, they are. We've had a lot of fun with this CAL.

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  9. Beautiful work on the CAL and nice progress on Cluttered too!

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  10. They are all looking great, I will see how far I get with mine this week not sure if i'll be able to finish it though. :)

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    1. Thanks, Linda :-) I bet you can finish it; you're an amazingly speedy crocheter.

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  11. It looks most beautiful everyday! Nice progress with the stitches too!

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