The past couple of days my crochet life has not gone as I had planned.
It started Monday, when I set out to track down these sixteen crochet remnants:
I checked the bag I am currently using as a purse, I went through the bins that house my increasingly large “traveling yarn stash,” and I checked every nearby horizontal surface.
To no avail.
Wherever those sixteen remnants are, I could not put my hands on them then, so I rifled through the bag I am currently using a purse — the one I had just gone through in search of the previously mentioned sixteen remnants — and lo and behold, I found these twenty substitute crochet remnants:
Like the sixteen remnants I was (and am) unable to find, these were rehab ready with the ends woven in and trimmed.
So I got to work on the first round of rehab as I had with the five-by-five array I recently completed, and soon enough I had twenty crochet remnants with forty ends to be woven and trimmed:
Pleased with the progress I had made, I was going to start weaving in the ends to prepare for the next round, but it was at this point, that an outside event occurred, and life was disrupted in a way that literally took all of my attention, and I found myself unable to focus on the crochet at hand.
So I didn’t.
Instead, I counted the five-inch crochet squares that were finished and found that I have just enough to pack up another boxful for Project Amigo:
My hope is that by clearing out what I can, I will have an easier time both finding the missing remnants and returning to the work and hand — one stitch at a time.
2 thoughts on “Substitute crochet remnants”
It’s all in the Colour and scale! That looks fantastic. Just curious what colour you would use to join these together? And do you sew or crochet the joins?
Nice! You have such a big heart! Project Amigo is blessed.
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