I especially love it when I'm "off the hook" as far as work goes, having finished whatever needed to be done for my writing clients. Because once I reach this point, I truly am free to work on a new blog post for you or spend time on a crochet work in progress.
In terms of crochet, the phrase "off the hook" can be exciting and sad at the same time. Exciting because it's a wonderful, pride-filled moment when you can finally reveal something you've been working hard on. Sad because a little piece of our hearts goes into each work, doesn't it? And that final stitch can be somewhat bittersweet.
I'm coming to the end of my Flowers in Bloom scrapbuster baby afghan, which I began blogging about here.
I'll be sad to see this one come off the hook because its end will coincide with my time here in Arctic Illinois drawing to a close, and it will be quite a few months before I can see my family again. Seeing my sweetheart when I return to Germany will be lovely....you know how it goes when you're happy to see someone and sad to leave others behind for a while?
But I've digressed because that's not yet a finished project! Here's a sneak peek at a multi-stitch infinity scarf I recently finished and have been wearing about.
|New design for a multi-stitch infinity scarf|
Today is Off the Hook Friday here at the Go Crochet Crazy blog!
I'd love to see what you've recently taken off the hook and give others the chance to view your work, too. Simply comment below this blog post and include a link back to your blog post or photo on Pinterest, Flickr or wherever you've got it publicly posted. I'll be sure to stop by your blog and comment on your post! Seeing what others have completed never fails to inspire me, so let's celebrate one anothers completed projects together! If you're ready to stock up on supplies for your next project, I invite you to stop by my Go Crochet Crazy Amazon Store!