23 September 2015

Noro Granny Square Bag - Another Update

Hello! Oh my word, it has been ages! Three weeks! And actually the last post was scheduled, so for me it has really been four weeks since I actually wrote something on this blog. The main reason is I was on holiday for the first two weeks of September, and since coming back I have mainly focused on finding a place to move to. The move is set to happen early October and though a place has now been found, the move needs to be organised, which means less time for crafty stuff, unfortunately.

Anyway, enough of boring life facts. On to more interesting things like crochet. I crocheted a lot on holiday. None of it involved granny squares, which is why I haven't been taking part in the latest Granny Square challenges over at Jijihook's. But today I have found time to take pics of my recent granny square progress, more specifically on the Noro bag I blogged about last time.

And here we go:

Top of the picture above, you can see the collection of grannies I presented you three weeks ago. The design of my bag also requires triangles, as well as black pieces both square and triangular. At this stage I still need one more colour triangle and four other black ones. I haven't yet decided whether I'll join them with a contrasting row of dcs.

Here's a closer look at one of the triangles:

Let me tell you, though, that it wasn't easy to take the above pictures...

Someone has been extremely clingy since I came back from holiday, and keeping him out of the frame, which he's usually never that bothered with, was a real challenge! Bless his little white cotton socks...

Thanks for reading, guys, and see you soon! :)


  1. j' aime beaucoup ces grannys ils sont vraiment magnifiques beau travail

  2. J'aime beaucoup ces demi-grannys. Je n'ai jamais eu l'occasion d'en faire.
    Good work !

  3. toujours aussi belle ta laine, and nice to meet your cat :) Good luck for your move!