Saturday, September 18, 2010

Crochet doesn't stop for holidays ...

When I go on holidays I always take a small plastic lunchbox filled with crafty activities just so I can get my daily fix!  This time I took 2 balls of wool and a crochet hook to complete some squares for an afghan for the 'granny-a-day' challenge, a small cross-stitch I've been working on for some years now (!) and a freeform bracelet kit I bought at this year's quilt and craft fair.

The bracelet is from a pattern by Prudence Mapstone, and as I wanted a flower for the wedding it seemed perfect.  You start by making 3 cords, which are sewn together, then you make a pretty flower to attach to the bracelet.  Simple but effective!

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