Sunday Gratitude

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I am grateful everyday, but have chosen Sundays to post about it.  I am grateful for creativity.  Anything creative that anyone does is such a blessing.  It doesn’t matter if people like or don’t like what you’ve made, as long as you like it and enjoyed making it.  Above is a photo of my crochet blanket.  I crocheted up all my old  and odd balls of wool.  It was a bit tricky because the thickness of the wool were not all the same, but none the less, I finished it and I’m sure there will be a use for it.

Creativity is such good therapy for me.  A crochet blanket such as this one lets me get rid of so much nervous energy.

Something I was thinking about when I was crocheting these blocks is that every inch of the wool has been touched and gone through my hands, the same goes for knitting.  So, if anyone ever makes you a special blanket or anything else similar, just know it was made with lots of love and thought.

I have received instructions from daughters for their blankets.  They all seem to want lilac and purple.  I’ll have to trot down to the wool shop sometime soon.

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33 thoughts on “Sunday Gratitude

  1. Its fab Michelle, I am so grateful for creativity, where would we be without it! i never seem to get time for traditional crafts much these days. I never could crochet, but I used to love knitting and embroidery – very therapeutic! 🙂 ❤

  2. The blanket is very pretty, and I’m not surprised your daughters have both put in their orders for one. I used to crochet a lot many years ago, and what you say about all the love that goes into handmade things, is very true. Hugs to you. 🙂

  3. I feel the same way about crocheting Michelle – it helps me to relax and seems to bring an inner calmness. And I know about those requests – the list seems long. I love making the blankets though, so I do not mind 🙂

  4. It’s beautiful, Michelle! My fourth crochet project was also a queen blanket in a zigzag pattern with rows of different colors. One of these days, when I no longer own any cats, I’ll actually use it! heehee! I’ve got to get back to it. It is so relaxing and there’s something so therapeutic about completing a handmade project! Happy Sunday! 😀

  5. Your blanket is gorgeous and will give warmth to someone. ❤
    When my daughter first got pregnant almost 12 years ago, I picked up my knitting needles and made a half dozen throws for the sofa. Had to give them all away. What did I need so many? I agree, creativity, no matter what kind, is solace for the soul and relaxing in a busy world. 🙂

  6. What a gorgeous blanket Michelle! Love the colours! You and Colline are so creative with your beautiful blankets. 😀

    ♥ Big Hugs ♥

  7. I am impressed with your creativity Michelle! Your blanket is absolutely gorgeous and I love the colors. I’ve never learned to knit or crochet– in fact, I will admit my stupidity and tell you I don’t really even know the difference (blushes red). My sister and I walked into a business the other day and approached the receptionist. I thought to myself…. Aww, she’s knitting. She wasn’t. She was apparently crocheting after listening to her and my sister’s conversation.

  8. Pingback: Grateful for the Changing Colours | Colline's Blog

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