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Tuesday, 27 September 2011

One A Day Rainbow

Well a week has passed and I haven't felt as productive with my blanket since I started doing rounds instead of little squares, so it hasn't changed dramatically since last week!
I am really please with it, and even my fiancé is really liking it too. Although he commented last night while I was crocheting away that he liked the side that doesn't show the double crochet ridges, and it made me wonder what side should be the 'showing off' side....or if it is simply reversible. What do you guys think?
Apart from that I must dash off, I have an interview for a little part time job today and need to brush up a bit for it (I really really don't like interviews...i babble A LOT when I am nervous). Wish me luck!!
If you would like to see others that are participating in One A Day/Tuesdays Tally, check out the group on Ravelry and Gingerbread Girl's blog! It is really good to get those hard to finish projects on a roll :D

(Edit : I have just been offered a full time job as a Laboratory Technician and start next monday!!!! Not even for the people I had an interview with TODAY!!! That means I can't be a student anymore, but I can earn a living yay!)
(Further Edit : This means I can have monies to buy pretty wool!!!!! *bounces in happiness!*)

20 comments:

  1. huge congratulations on the job!!!!!
    blanket looks awesome!! xx

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  2. I think you have made great progress :)

    Huge congratulations on the job, well done x

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  3. Well done you! Fab news! Imagine all the new wool that could be in your life now. I used to have a friend who measured everything in CDs but you could say I've earned x balls of yarn this week!

    Love the blanket, and I like h ridges face up personally.

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  4. That's great news, Hazel,congrats. I think it should be reversible,love the red and pink edge.xxx

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  5. Brilliant news about the job, I hope it is something you will really enjoy.

    I agree with Deb, it's reversible, one less thing to think about when you make your bed or straighten it out on the sofa.

    I look forward to seeing your new and expanded stash!

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  6. Congrats on the job, that's great news :)

    I think the blanket should work as a reversible one - I like it when blankets can be flipped over!

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  7. I think it looks great! Good luck with your job interview :)

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  8. Congrats on the new job and the upcoming yarn acquisition project!

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  9. Congrats on your new gig! Hooray! Dollas to buy yarn!
    Your blanket is awesome! It's so fun.

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  10. Congratulations!! I love your colors. It looks great.

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  11. Brilliant news about the job - congratulations! :)

    I love both sides of your blanket, but probably prefer the side with the red ridges I think!

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  12. Congrats on getting a job and the blanket it looking great!

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  13. The blanket is looking great, hope the interview went well

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  14. I think the side with the red ridges is the back, because when I made a granny blanket that side was the back of mine, but you can use it any way you like - it's your blanket and it's very PRETTY!

    I've already congratulated you on the job, so now my advice is get as much crochet as you can before Monday!!!!

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  15. congrats on your new job! n blanket,its reversible

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  16. Congratulations! Well done! I love the blanket on both sides! They are different but equally effective.

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  17. I LOVE this colorful granny gorgeousness! There usually is a right and wrong side but I guess it could go either way. Lol... Wishing you lots of luck with your interview. Happy Thursday. :)

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  18. such a fun cheerful pattern, i love it & congrats on the job.

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  19. I *love* that blanket---and it's definitely reversible, as both sides look all colourful-fun-texture-gorgeous. :D Go you, tackling a blanket! I haven't been that brave yet.

    And congrats on the job, too!

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  20. congratulations on your new job!! And the blanket is coming along beautifully.

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