Monday, December 2, 2019

Crochet Crazy

When we went to New England a few weeks ago I saw this yarn in a discount shop.
With that price tag, how could I refuse?
This past weekend I wound it into cakes.
There were three pieces tied with knots. which made the caking a little easier. I did a burn test, and the majority of the fiber is natural, though I'm not sure what it is. It ended up being over 500 grams of fiber. I have no idea how much yardage that is, but it should be enough for a shawl.
I decided to make a simple moss stitch shawl out it. I'm always surprised at how amazing some yarns look in a hank but then become this jumbled mess once you start working with them. Oh, well, it will keep someone warm.
I have no idea how big this is going to get. I made it through the first cake and started the second.

Tools and supplies (affiliate links):
Crochet hooks: Clover Crochet Hook Set (10 hooks)

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