Welcome to another Wool on Sundays!
Have you been working with wool or yarn this week?
One of the things I love about yarn is the way you can unravel it. I agree that unravelling to correct a mistake isn’t much fun but I do like the way you can change your mind and start again with nothing wasted. This week I have been unravelling my original sea stars. I had hoped to make these into a shawl but the dk weight cotton was really too thick and cumbersome.
So I ended up using the pattern to make a 4ply wool shawl instead and the cotton ones were left languishing.
Then, when I came to make An Autumn Story
, I needed something to be the sea and the cotton sea stars came to the rescue and reminded me that they were still a ufo. At the end of the story, when Granny Square unravels the sea, I first thought I would just undo a little and then re-crochet but the more I thought about it, the more I thought it would be a good idea to carry on unravelling and start something new.
For now I am keeping the centre circles, which I might use for something else…
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Wishing you a happy week :)
Janine @ Rainbow Hare
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