After all the octagons
and all the squares, the large triangles and the small triangles,
and the seemingly endless ends to be sewn in.
After going maverick and doing a slightly different border in different colours, 295 more words
I’m often asked by friends, acquaintances, people who I meet who are starting out on their crochet exploration, either who are learning the basic stitches already or who have decided they want to learn the craft after being inspired by projects they have seen or are encouraged by others (including myself) praising the relaxation qualities of crochet and how it can actually improve your mental health and well-being, (follow on Instagram… 1,000 more words
Remember my ‘butternut squash’ dog that I was making using the ‘Edwards Menagerie Dogs’ Book?
He was looking a bit sad, which isn’t surprising as he hadn’t been sewn together yet and had a knitting needle through his head to hold it on to his body for photo shoot purposes which I don’t think would be anybody’s position of choice. 403 more words