Tadahhh! 

Ok so not quite tadahh, Im not overly pleased with how I’ve finished this, it just shows how much of an amateur I am when I haven’t got a straight edge! It looks nice though, the colours have really grown on me

Not the best finish I could of asked for but who cares! It’s useful, I’ve enjoyed doing it, colours are stunning, most of all I love the button


I need these buttons but I’m not willing to pay $10 postage for 10 buttons from US! 

So this project has come from Little box of crochet if you’ve not had one of Amanda Blooms boxes get one! You’ll love it.  This roll is made from Three Bears Yarn at first I thought it was a bit twisty but you know it’s so worth it, if you’re going to do a project that needs a little strength:

  • Bath mat
  • Coasters
  • Bags

Anything that needs a sturdy yarn this is for you, it doesn’t split what so ever, it’s strong and robust, the one supplied with this box is an Aaron cotton yarn, I’m definitely going to order some directly.  I like the fact that they’re local too, and that they’ve been in business for over 100 years, they’re obviously doing something right!


See wonky!!! So very amateur, the spike stitches are nice though I’ve not used a spike stitch before.


And holds my hooks nicely! I’ve got piles of hooks in a large hook case but the zip always catches, so I think I’ll be using this from now on!

Right now that I’ve used this to procrastinate from what I should really be doing, I’m off to do some more on mums sirdar top!

Happy hooking x

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