Wednesday, September 14, 2011

istitch mystery update

Just a quickie to keep on top of things.

Here is my update of part 3 of the istitch mystery:


It was a bit of a pain this bit as when I started to do it, I realised I had made a mistake in part 2 and had to frog!! Just goes to show you should never try and copy from someone's wip as you never know if there are mistakes!!!

I have had a go at the Wiggly crochet I linked to in my last post and I have got it but I need a bigger hook to make the initial chains as it is just a wee bit too tight. Once I work out the right tension, I will do it again and post a pic.

So many new crochet patterns out right now. Suz has got quite a few new ones which I want to try out. I am thinking "bathmat" and "chair cushions". Too many nice things to do.

I went to help out in a Primary School on Tuesday just to get a feel of the classroom environment again. I am secondary trained so Primary was a very different experience. It went well and I am intending on going weekly to read a story to the children. I need to start making some "baby" steps to get back to work as I don't know what the future holds for me just now. All WILL be well though.

I am still plugging away on my HAED Fragile Heart and will have another go at her tonight. I really want to get a decent progress picture up. Next post, promise. xxxxxx


valerie said...

Great progress on your SAL! And good for you for getting out and trying something new with the primary school day.

Margaret said...

Your SAL looks great! That's exciting that you're taking the plunge to get back into teaching again. Good for you!

Anonymous said...

Hope the new venture at the school goes great, can't wait to see what hooky project you choose, it'll be great :D
Karen x

Ann at Beadlework. said...

I'm glad you got on okay at school and that you are going back each week. Every journey starts with little steps - I hope it leads somewhere good for you.

Carol said...

Your SAL is looking lovely, Hazel... I'll bet you'll really enjoy reading to the kids. I used to do that when my sons were little and they seemed to really welcome a new face in the classroom :)

Kathy A. said...

Those bloody frogs have figured out how to jump the ocean I see.
Glad it wasn't too bad.
Happy to hear your primary experience was a good one.

Rachael xxx said...

I am sure you'll love being back in the school enviroment, Can't wait to see what you are making next, I always come here for ideas!! Love the istitch sal

Lesleyanne said...

Great progress on your SAL. Glad everything went well at the school.

Suz said...

Hi Thanks for the mention and good luck with the teaching again venture
Hope it all works out well for you
Re-did the bobble edging this morning bit quicker and used less wool
Can't slow down just yet lol
Although l didn't wake up with a new idea in my head this morning lol
Hugs X

Christine said...

Your SAL is looking great.
I'm secondary trained and working in primary too, its certainly different

Pointed Stitcher said...

Your piece is looking great. Love the color thread you chose.

Giovanna said...

So pretty, well done so far!

Heather said...

it's pretty! I really love all your stitching, it's really beautiful. Glad your school visit went well, hopefully doing this and easing back into work will help you feel more empowered again.
oh and I have been thinking that I would like to meet you again and I am having a ponder as to what might be a "workable solution" :-)

Sally said...

Nice progress on your SAL Hazel.

Glad it went well at school. {{{hugs}}}