Monday, May 21, 2012

Granny 113, 114; And the rain came pounding down



I'm loving this peacock blue yarn that is in the center of this square.  One of my favorite hues, and really hard to find.  I think I had better order more of it while they have it!

I asked my daughter what I should put around the outside edge and lilac is what she chose.  That's what the Coalescent in the blog's title is all colors can just coalesce and be amazing together.

Both squares today are from 99 Granny Squares to  Crochet.

While I was getting these photos ready to post, it suddenly began to sound as if there were a thousand drummers on my roof.  Just the loudest pounding...I grabbed the camera (of course) and ran on out to the deck in my bare feets...

You know it's really coming down when you can see the rain in the photo!  Wetness!  This storm coming in is why we didn't get to see the eclipse yesterday.

Sigh.  I never get to see the eclipse, unless I travel elsewhere :)  On the other hand, it's not 100 degrees here!  Gotta love that, and I will take the rain anyday.

Gutters completely overwhelmed.


  1. I like your squares and beautiful pictures. It was pouring here for about thirty minutes and stopped. I love to crochet when its raining. Very therapeutic.

    1. I agree! There is something about the sound of the rain falling that is just so calming. Our rain lasted about thirty minutes, too, but there sure was a lot of it!

  2. Your granny squares are pretty. And I just love the rain photos. I love rain!
    I'm looking forward to seeing your tablecloths from the estate sale. Great finds!

    1. Thanks, Olga! I have the tablecloth photos posted now.

  3. Lovely yarn again and beautiful squares!

  4. Thank you so much for your lovely comments on my blog :) I love these granny's - they remind me of winter and autumn.