~ quirky and unexpected ~
Well you deserve the prize, well done Purple.
cat - thanks... as much as I do love my reclaimed yarns, it was exciting to receive some 'ready to go' yarn... I don't need to air it, frog it, skein it, wash it or ball it... I can just use it, lol!
Congratulations, it's a lovely bag. I like the way you used 3 strands of wool instead of one chunky. It never occured to me to try that. (Beginner here!)Still plucking up the courage to spend £5 on a jumper that I can "recycle". I know I'll just end up with a mess, lol.
Congratulations, well deserved.
Congratulations!It's a great bag!
Neat! Can't wait to see what you knit with those big needles.
Congratulations!! You deserve it! :-).
Wow, look at those needles! I can't wait to see what you'll make with them. And brand new yarn! It's going to be exciting, I can feel it. Congratulations!
sam - I just experiment with what I have in my stash... if the pattern calls for a bulkier yarn than I have, then I play around with using two or more strands... I don't really believe in following the rules... which works fine with items such as this bag, but not so well for a fitted garment!crafty gardener - thanksoh2122 - thanks, it's become a wonderful project bag... room to take my crochet with me wherever I go!karen - they'll certainly come in handy for rag knittingadrienne - thanks, you are very kind :)misha - they're way larger than any of my other circulars... so they'll certainly come in handy
Woweeeee !! Well done !
stramenda - thanks - you'll have to have a stickybeak at the patterns at our next crochet meet :)
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