The month in review

In August I crocheted, knitted, wove (weaved?) and felted. What did you get up to?

Casey weaved up some magic with colourful yarn…

And René used a red colour scheme for her weaving project:


Panya & Wendy both shared loads of crochet links in the comments.

The House that Can showed us her cute crocheted beanie.

If I’ve missed your project – let me know in the comments or add it to the link tool below:

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1 Response to “The month in review”


  1. 1 trish August 31, 2011 at 12:45 am

    i’ve only crocheted this month… but it’s posted here: http://genuinemudpie.ca/2011/08/24/ninja-squirrel/

    also started the sky scarf project, which is a knitting pattern but i’m crocheting instead (because i’m not very good at knitting), and i look forward to working on it every day :D

    the sky scarf project: http://www.leafcutterdesigns.com/projects/conceptknit.html#skyscarf

    my crocheted version:

    http://www.ravelry.com/projects/genuinemudpie/sky-scarf

    thank you for the inspirations! :D

    best wishes,
    trish


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