I’ve been working away at a shawl for the past couple months, having to stop and rip it out about three different times before finally getting it going, but I’ve also got quite a few other projects cranked out in the same amount of time. First up were some washcloths.
My mom was wanting some washcloths for the kitchen at work, but couldn’t really find anything for a good price. Then I offered to make some to donate instead. Got one of those giant cones of cotton yarn off Amazon and set to work, carrying them with me everywhere in case I had a few minutes to work on them.
I think I ended up with over 10 by the end of the week.
Then came the current massive project: Flower barrettes.
The flowers are so quick and easy to make with leftover yarn, and I have a lot of leftover yarn.
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Ok, I seriously love making these little flowers and turning them into barrettes. And I have lots of small balls of leftover yarn and a giant bag of these metal barrettes that I bought for a project a few years back and then totally forgot about. Noticing a pattern? Anyway, now they are available in my #Etsy shop (link in bio) and can be made in pretty much any combination of two colors you want. #crochet
Make three flowers, sew them on a barrette, and there you go.
You can find them on my Etsy shop because otherwise I might suffocate under them all.