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get redirected here And to add sprinkles to the cherry and icing on the cake, this month’s cover kit was even yarn related. But not knitting, oh no. A little card of coral cotton, and (cue music) a crochet hook. We had a quiet afternoon on Thursday and as Kitty played, I tried to remember my doubles from my trebles and how to count my stitches, and slowly but surely I made a flower.
A slightly lopsided flower admittedly, I’m not sure that I got the pattern exactly right, and I did a little bit of patching up in a few gaps where my tension had lurched from ‘defusing a bomb’ to ‘so relaxed it’s freeform crochet’.
The kit came with a little bar clasp to turn it into a brooch which I’ve duly sewn on the back, now all I need is a cardigan to match to wear it on. Time to consult the stash perhaps?
Source I’ve certainly got enough cotton lurking in the stash to make one to sew onto a hairband for a little girl, but Mama and daughter matching flowers might be a step too far (says the girl wearing matching pyjamas).
I’ve seen a few crochet projects recently that I really love, mostly of the cushion or blanket variety, so I suspect that my little flowery baby steps are about to turn into a giant leap into a puddle of yarn with hook in hand.
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