So, our Block-a-Week-Long (or BAWL) crochet-along is finally finished. It’s been a full year, and even though I only participated in half of the year, I have still ended up with a lovely crochet sampler afghan. It took only one afternoon to stitch it all together and put a little border around it (for border pattern, see my notes here).
Now that it’s over, I think I’ll miss the challenge of making one new square a week. The selections were inspired, and many of them were squares that I would not have normally made otherwise. For all the different squares, you can check out my Ravelry project organization page here. Some of them turned out much better than I originally hoped for, others were a lesson in patience. But the end result is another afghan that will keep little toes warm on chilly winter days and serve as something to snuggle up with a book and cup of coffee when the rain falls.
I needn’t fear, though! I am still a part of several other crochet-alongs in the process of making more crochet sampler afghans. If you want to join in, visit our Block-a-Month or our Crochet-Sampler-Favorite groups on Ravelry. There’s much crocheting to be done!