Are you taking part in The Making Spot crochet along? I’m so taking part, I’m done! Over the Bank Holiday weekend I finished the bracelet and I really, really, really like it. Thank you to The Making Spot for introducing me to tiny crochet hooks and crochet thread!
The nitty gritty of my bracelet:
- The bracelet design I chose from the four given in the pattern, is Bracelet with Crocheted Balls. You can find the pattern on the Coats Crafts UK website here.
- I used Aida 10 crochet thread in silver grey and a 1.5 mm crochet hook
- In the end I didn’t use the monofilament thread and diamante clasp you can see in this post, but went for my first choice of 3 mm silver ribbon to thread the balls and glass beads.
Not only is The Making Spot hosting the crochet along, you can also take part in The Big Flower Swap:
If you’re not content with sharing a photo of your finished crochet online, why not send it into us here at Crochet Along HQ? We’ll send you someone else’s flower so you will receive some pretty petals in the post! Before the swap ends and we post back your blooms, we’ll photograph everyone’s flowers in a DIY Crochet Flower garden.
To join in the Big Flower Swap: crochet one or several flowers from the free pattern, and post them (along with a stamped, self-addressed envelope) to: Crochet Along, The Making Spot, Future Publishing, Bath BA1 2BW, England.
I made the big flower from the necklace pattern and posted it this morning. It would be great if one of my blog readers receive my flower, and even greater if I receive one of your flowers!
So here is my bracelet for the crochet along, and flower for The Big Flower Swap. It’s been an education working with crochet thread and a small hook, and I love it! (I loved it so much I already have a plan to crochet rosebud earrings to match my bracelet. )
The crochet along runs until the 28th of September, so you still have loads of time to crochet a bracelet and/or necklace and flower(s) for the swap.
One CAL done, another one to start: The theme for Rachell’s crochet along (working our way through Jan Eaton’s 200 Crochet Blocks book) has been decided on: Cottage Garden. I’m so happy! My stash is filled with cottage garden shades! Starting 1 September we are making block no. 1 and no. 2 from the book. All the information about this CAL is on Rachell’s blog.
So many things to get my hooks into! Love it!