Sharing the crochet love. And some robots.

Sugar Headache





I should have gone straight through the kitchen, away from the scene of temptation, and distracted myself with a little study, or some crochet, or a good book. 

I could have gone for a walk to clear my head, I could have called a friend for a chat. Oh, so many things I could have, and should have done.

What did I do? I ate a lot of chocolate. Too much chocolate. And now my head hurts.


So that was a clever thing to do, wasn’t it? It certainly wasn’t the indulgent little treat that I told myself it was going to be. Nope, it was more like punishment for something. 


I wish I could say I have learnt my lesson, but the truth is I will do this again at some point. 

However, following on from yesterday’s post, I am not going to let one silly mistake ruin my day. I am better than this! 


So here is a little pic of a blanket I made when I was going through a bit of a “primary colours” phase. I liked how the colours looked against the darker yarn, and the blocks were quite striking. Why am I sharing? Not entirely sure, I guess I just like to have plenty of photos about the place, when I scroll down it feels a little like I am flicking through my “crochet cv.” More tomorrow! 


Comments on: "Sugar Headache" (4)

  1. Love the colours. I think brights work really well surrounded by black or dark grey – a sort of stained glass window effect, I suppose. It really makes the brights glow.

    • It is like a stained glass window, isn’t it? I really like that thought, makes me want to try another blanket. Oh, my ideas wish list is getting very long!

  2. loving the “primary phrase” don’t stress over the “chocolate phase”, that may come and go whereas “crochet phrase” remains constant 😉

I would love to hear what you think!

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