why I thought embarking on this was a good idea, when I'm a self-confessed flitty-fluttery butterfly brain - is beyond me.
It wasn't crocheting the squares that nearly drove me doo-lally, that part was fun and relaxing.
And it wasn't joining them together ( I used the decorative ridge method shown here ).
It was the bloody weaving in of all those ends - 6 colours in each square - 2 ends per colour - 81 squares = 972 sodding ends. Like I said, NEVER AGAIN.
The only thing that makes me still like it, is the fact that I crocheted most of it while watching Doctor Who ,so when I look at it, I think of David. And while I'm on the subject of the great one, there are some people out there who mistakingly think that David is their David (you know who you are Gemma ).
Can I just clear this up once and for all. He is *MY* David . And that ' he's a Timelord - we can all share him' theory wont wash with me Missy Gemma.