More than a year ago I started crocheting a granny square blanket. Somehow I wasn't happy with the way it looked. When sewn together, I did not like the stitches being visible. My blanket ended up in a basket and I did not look at it for quite some time. Until Fleur from the blog In de Polder advised me to add a row in one colour. A really good solution. I picked up my needle and started crocheting again.
Next step will be to sew in loose threads and sew or crochet the squares together. I am not really sure what looks best, sew or crochet? What do you think? I welcome your advise!
As my old followers may know, I have a collection of mismatched blue and white china at home. In the photographs I added some old and new flea market finds. My favourite pieces being two lovely porcelain plates with a golden chequered rim and a blue rose by Myott and a very elegant German porcelain soup cup and plate by Selltman Weiden. The 1970s floral sheet was a recent thrift store find and one that put a smile on my face. I think it will make a lovely table cloth :-)!
Did you find something nice at a flea market or thrift store lately?
Wish you all a happy weekend!