Now the process of putting it together is the challenge. Chopping and changing the outlay numerous times and still uncertain of how it should be.
It's a gift that has to be complete by end of May. I am not the worlds fastest crocheter, so fingers crossed!
It's been made with Bendigo wool, in a mixture of 8ply Colonial, Classic and Luxury yarn.
I love Bendigo wool, it's price is good and the quality excellent. I order on-line and it's delivered to my door. How easy is that?
Last year on our holiday, Bendigo was among the many places we visited.
It is a historic city, famous for the "goldrush" days of the 1850's and 60's.
This is a snapshot of the city of Bendigo