Do you remember this Crochet duckling that I made in the summer? Did I have a premonition that it would have been made for a purpose? Well I must have done as Daffy was the only survivor of a last & final hatch and needed a friend.
My friend "up North" wanted a storage saver bag & she posted a photo on pinterest. Could I resist the challenge? No of course not!
So I used up my leftover super chunky yarns by DMC Natura XL and came up with this.
Don't ask me for the patter as I didn't write it down. I just made it up as I went.
Homework for week 2 at Sherborne Crochet Workshop was to make a jar cosy
Didnt they do well?
I rewarded them with making Granny Squares in week 3
And here they are concentrating on reading their patterns.
The same went for my class in Week 3 taught from my classroom in Shillingstone
Here's some I made earlier.
Again the concentration is there
In my last ever workshop for Sparrow UK we played around with some T-Shirt Yarn and all came up with these lovely storage bowls
It was so different to use such a super chunky yarn and a very large hook.
I have saved the best till last. My lovely AR, who doesn't like colour, made this rainbow blanket for her grandaughters
I am so proud of her *big smiley face*
I have been busy, busy, busy with organising the Coach Trip to the London Knit & Stitch show, which is now only 10 days away, taking private classes & getting ready for my workshops in October which will be held from both Shillingstone & Blandford next month.
No rest for the wicked as they say!
No wonder I am so chilled as Crochet is so stress relieving!! LOL