Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Rainbow Mosaic

Can you tell I have fallen in love with this project? It has been a week and a half and I have crocheted over 30 colourful hexies! I only started off with a few colour groups.
Then I joined them together, as it makes it easier to work with one piece instead of several different collections of hexies.
The only difficult part was attaching a pastel coloured section, as I felt my project was looking quite dark. But I am unsure of the pastel colours that I have added. I will keep going and hope the addition of other pastel colours will help!
To see who else is having fun with One a Day, visit Carole at Gingerbread Girl's blog!

Aside from hexagon crochet madness, Jess has been getting most of my attention. She is doing great I think, although I do feel like an over protective parent whenever she goes I worry she wont come back.
For now I know she is happy, here is Jess sleeping on my lap.

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  1. I am in love with your hexies Hazel! Fabulous colours!
    Victoria xx

  2. Gorgeous little hexie's and love the pretty colours. Deb x

  3. I think your cat knows she's got it good up in your crib. Cute hexies.

  4. Hi Hazel.loving the hexies,its going to be gorgeous :) lovely colours,Xxxx

  5. Cute hexies, I like the green shades most! :-D Have a great week! Greetings from Germany! Sabine.

  6. I love the colour changes from one side to the other. I love deep jewel-like colours!

  7. Cute Lil kitty :-)
    I love the colours you are using, I think they go well and it's lovely going dark to light.

  8. it looks like you and jess are getting along magnificently! Hope to see you over at caturday one day ;)

    And LOVE the hexies... another project for my my never ending to do list!

  9. They are lovely! Are they difficult?

  10. I love these hexagons! I've never tried joining as you go, but I'll definitely have to try it out next time I work on a scrap blanket.


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