Thursday, 8 January 2015

Crochet Mood Blanket 2015

Last year Stacey Wentford-Hall came up with an idea to do a crochet mood blanket.  The idea was to crochet a square a day, choosing a colour to match your mood, and at the end of the year you'd have a lovely blanket.  Unfortunately I was late to the party last year so didn't join in, this year is different though!

Now I've crocheted ripple blankets, cowls, scarves and hats since I taught myself 2 years ago but I have never done a granny square!  I think they scared me a bit, so on New Years Day I took the bull by the horns and did my first ever granny square :)
So here is my progress for week one of my crochet mood blanket :

Day one - Bluebell as it's one of my favourite colours:
Day two - Camel, because I was going to the beach :)
Day three - Grey, because it was raining.
Day four - copper, because the weather was horrible and I was snuggled indoors while the roast dinner was cooking :)
Day five, Meadow, back to work :(
Day six - Khaki, I took the tree down, work was busy and it was a long day :(
Day seven - Magenta, despite having a headache I was feeling relaxed and good :)
I'm joining as I go and being good by sewing the ends in too!  Here is my progress so far:
I really hope that I can keep this project up throughout the year because I think that not only will it be a mood blanket it will be a memory blanket too :)

See you next week for another update.

Thanks for stopping by
Jo xx

7 comments:

Sian said...

I really love the idea of a mood blanket. I can't wait to see what mood you are in next week!

yvette said...

what a great idea Jo, and it will look fabulous when it is done. I really need to get a hook out and re teach myself as there are some fabulous crochet pics going round and making me feel inspired. Happy new year xx

Sandra said...

It's just amazing Jo. I'm really looking forward to seeing this beautiful blanket grow

Karen said...

I like this idea and it is looking very pretty already.

Louise said...

ooh i like this and you sure mastered a granny square x

Barbara Eads said...

You better keep it up!!! It's too gorgeous to not finish!! Can't wait to see the completed afghan!

Fiona@Staring at the Sea said...

Love this idea and your choice of colours so far.