Next project was an April Fools Joke I played on my daughter. Yes, inappropriate, but aren't those the best jokes. My daughter particularly hates an item sometimes seen hanging off the back of pickup trucks... truck nuts. hahahaha. Yep she says when she see some they are so disgusting she just wants to get out of her car and go kick them. Again, hahahahaha. I saw a pattern on Ravelry and I just couldn't resist. They resemble truck nuts, but in an adorably cute way. Its Julie King's pattern called Nut Sacks. The picture made me giggle and I knew a joke was on the horizon. They were super easy to crochet up. Yes, I made the bag what the hell. They turned out so cute I almost didn't want to play the trick. To complete the look I chained a string to hold them together.
Last but not least is my CBN (crochet by numbers) project. I started this about 2 years ago. I did about 8 rows and could see the my pallet was not what I wanted it to be. I finally got the bug to finish it this year. With the help of fellow crocheters I was able to find a lot of grey yarns. I made a couple swatches and that made a world of difference. I could see the colors together and in day light and night light. I could see the hues and how they looked together. Got a pallet that will make my project hopefully as beautiful as I think it will. I'll probably work on this all summer.