When I asking myself how I would go about celebrating Bastille Day, I decided to celebrate it the way I celebrate every day: I crocheted.
Last week, I came across this bag made of hexagons at C’est facile avec Cécelie. It was love at first sight, but rather than making the hexagons shown in the pattern, I grabbed my 3.5 mm hook and began making my favorite African Flower crochet hexagon motif.
A complete Mamy bag, is composed of forty-eight crochet hexagons, and while I have only managed to finish four of the required motifs, I have a pile of more than a dozen motifs-to-be in various stages of completion. there are these four motifs will all five rounds:
and here are three additional(out of focus) crochet motifs with the first three rounds crocheted:
This project promises to be a lot of fun, and while I am guessing that the most time consuming part of the project will be finding suitable handles, I expect that when it is done, it will be worthy of the many adventures I hope to have with it.