My husband thinks I’ve been crocheting like a demon and wonders when I’m going to stop, “haven’t I done enough?” My answer, no not nearly enough. I love making the squares and knowing that through the efforts of Kate and her team they’ll be turned into blankets for those who need them.
These are just some of the squares awaiting dispatch. At the end of each ball of wool there’s often a little yarn left which isn’t enough to crochet even one round and I find it impossible to throw it away. Usually I put it in the compost but I decided to tie them all together and crochet a little mongrel square.
My daughter thinks it’s ‘cool’ and I like it but my husband thinks I’ve taken it too far this time. Can you take it too far? Is this just being too obsessive?
P.S. A littel girl visited us this week and sat happily sorting squares for some time, her favourite square? The little mongrel placed carefully atop the pile when she’d finished “so everyone can see it”.