Gingerbread Girl and on Ravelry.
So, I didn't have a very good week craft-wise. Technically, I did crochet. And while I was enjoying the progress I was making on my daughter's afghans - I have hit a definite road block. I started sewing the blocks together and really, really dislike the outcome. I first single crocheted a strip of blocks and about cried. I really don't like the seam created by single crocheting them together. So, I ripped that out and slip stitched them together - better, but still not loving it. So, I once again ripped the blocks apart and whip stitched them together. And while I do prefer the way this looks - I was thoroughly frustrated by this point. I had to put it all aside. Now I'm not sure what to do and am completely stalled on the project. I want my daughters to have the afghans they asked for but I also want to like them. Is that weird? I'm hoping that a few days away from the afghans will make me feel better about them. I really want to have them done by Christmas, though. Big sigh.
Please tell me this has happened to someone else. If it has - does a little break from whatever is annoying you help?
In the spirit of sticking with One a Day - I have been making more hexagons. I'm going to start turning these into Christmas gifts for other family members, as well. I just haven't decided what exactly everyone is getting yet.