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:cheer:cheerThanks to Auntbubbels and another wonderful lady here from the ville who recently had a giveaway of one of her crochet hooks with handles she makes,, thanks to both of them i got the courage and did some myself... I have been having fun I gathered all my Boye hooks that i dont use and been making polymer handles for them. I even took it a bit further and added some glass beads to some of the larger hooks as they have more clay on them. I'm a susan bates girl myself more than a boye so I plan to do some give aways here on the ville for individual hooks.... I still got more to do but for now ladies here are the photos of what I've made so far... Some i still got to add the glaze as i did them last night. Tell me what you all think. The last photo here shows them last night ones all together and you can see a better photo in there of hook one that i created with lots of little flowers I really liked that one and will most likely make more that style when i got more time on my hands... Again thank you Janet and Lorraine for all your help and tips etc... hugs Lillibet
I'm just in the mood to go to the beach, but there's no time for a vacation right now. So here is the result of my sandy obsession. I used hemp jewelry cord to crochet the bottom of the bag. I started with a basic single crochet rectangle, then love knot stitch in the round till that section was about 3 inches tall. Then broomstick lace in cotton yarn in the round (this was wonky to do, but I like the way it came out.) The top is a thicker novelty yarn, which I found at hobby lobby. I think it was yarn bee "mimic" but I'm not certain. I dare not show you the lining. I can crochet anything, but I'm a complete failure at needle and thread. I used a combination of canvas and out door fabric samples to make a really sturdy lining. The handles were purchased years ago... no idea where. It's fun to carry! Wish I could have documented it better while I was making it. I don't think I'll ever get this one into a pattern worthy of sharing.