On Thursday our year-long crochet project culminated in an amazing display in the houses at the Cambridge University Botanical Gardens (read their take on it here). I think we are all quite amazed at how amazing they look scattered about in amongst the other plants.
What makes this project really amazing is that many of the participants were not able to crochet before the project started at the beginning of the year. It is a really tactile display and during our ‘meet and greet’ session yesterday everyone was touching them – including us!! Should you be in the Cambridge area at all this week it is on all week so do pop along and see it for yourself.
We all loved it so much that we are desperately trying to find another project to work on next year.
If you pop over to Claire’s blog from Monday you will probably find some better photographs to look at. I also know that Michaela is also putting it up on her blog – go and see their take on it.
I apologise to other Handmade Mondayers who will have read a very similar post already but I shall be linking up anyway.
A couple of other points to note:
1 – I have a giveaway that ends on Wednesday.
2. My son completed his first knitting project – a polar bear, pictures will follow (I am so proud).
3. I am about to have my very second crochet pattern published – hopefully tomorrow so keep your eyes peeled 🙂
As I said – exciting times 🙂