the power of waves
racing to shore brings jetsam
for beach clean treasure hunt
Joining in with Ronovan’s weekly Haiku Challenge: POWER and RACE
Our Photo Challenge: HUNT
Master R in his much loved crocheted Hoodie, which is a free pattern I offer on Ravelry and has been downloaded 1340 times!
Also wearing the Scraptastic Scarf which you can find out more about here.
To join in with our Photo Challenge just leave a link in the comments to your ‘HUNT’ photo.
Posted in Crochet, Haiku Challenge, Photo Challenge, recycling
Tagged 2 Minute Beach Clean, beach clean, child's hoodie, crochet hoodie, crochet with scraps of yarn, hoodie, Ringstead Beach, scarf, woodland hoodie
Title pinched from Mrs Snail. Way back in July 2015 Mrs Snail was using Permaculture Principles in her scrap-busting projects and making some fun hats. Using all sorts of bits and pieces of yarn left over from other projects, she tied them together and wound them into a ball and crocheted hats to sell at a Permaculture event.
I thought this was such a FAB!!!!! idea and started tying lengths of left over yarn together, no ends to sew in. My hoarding paid off!!! Hurray!
I thought I would make some seat covers for Pippin, the caravan that sits in my garden.
which is great place to keep the Lego
But Pippin is a bit old and scrappy as it is, so I don’t think the seat covers made of odd bits of yarn works very well in there. I think granny squares in Cath Kidson colours might look better and smarten the caravan up a bit. What to do with what I have made so far….
I just love the random colours and texture this creates
I unravelled a cardigan that never gets worn
and added to the seat cover to turn it into a blanket. All sorts of yarns in every weight were added together, and I used the cardigan yarn for the border
It has made a snug and cosy blanket that will go off to Syria in November.
I’ve also made a scarf, much loved by Master R.
Posted in Crochet, permaculture, recycling
Tagged blanket, blanket for refugees, blanket for Syria, crochet with scraps of yarn, recycling yarn, scarf, stash busting, throw, using up odd bits of yarn
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