The dark blue is done! (Are you new to this marathon-length saga of crochet? I’m referring to this.) The end of the rainbow is nigh. I nearly have a giant rainbow stained glass window afghan with which to cover my scruffy old sofa, or possibly a wall, or possibly both because it’s so damn big, and I am more than a little cheery about this little fact. There is only some sewing-in, then some black, then some purple, then some more black, left to go.
Most of the afghan has been worked in one piece, round and round (and round), endlessly flicking from black to colour to black to colour, and thus leaving a million or so ends in need of weaving in, that’ll make me cry, nay weep, further down the line. But just a few of the colours comprise heptagons that are made separately and then sewn into place. Dark blue is one of these. I have just crocheted 32 heptagons. Thirty-two is actually quite a big number. Look!
Now to sew them in. And then to finish the afghan for the big reveal. Because what I really need to be showing you is my yarn-bombed house, which is very much in progress…