......when it is soooo difficult you can't do it! I really want to knit an Aran cardigan, I've got some beautiful wool and I thought I'd found the perfect pattern. But no - first I was so confused that I couldn't even complete the increase row after the rib without my mums help and then, having knitted 8 rows of the 28 row cable panel, I realised that with such slow progress I'd be knitting it for a month of Sundays. So I'm going to quit while I'm ahead and find an easier pattern. Life's too short. And there is no fun in carrying on with something that you are not enjoying.
In other news, I've completed three more quilt blocks!
I'm really enjoying making these blocks, especially now that I've got some cutting experience. I've been watching quite a few YouTube videos from the Missouri Star Quilt company because there's nothing like watching someone else make something look really easy to help you along the way.
I've also managed one other little project this week. It's something that featured in this months Simply Homemade magazine - a little hanging heart decoration that I think fits perfectly with my new craft cupboard.
What do I you think? Apologies for the poor photo but really - could this weather BE any worse? This photo was taken in the daylight with all the lights on!
I'm over to Handmade Harbour to catch up with everyone - always something to brighten up the day over there!