Here is today’s snowflake. Clearly it is obvious I am still struggling with the whole concept of crochet. It wasn’t until halfway through that I realized I was doing slip stitch instead of single crochet and there is a disturbing little lump where the whole thing joins in a circle and ends. But hey, what do you expect for someone working with what is basically thick thread, who also has to fight off a Rupert who is SURE that what I need more than anything is him to flop right onto the book where the pattern is, or else try to eat the string.
I thought maybe pinning it out might make things better but….ha. Clearly not. Ah well. They say no two snowflakes are alike, so surely among all the pretty ones there also have to be the rejects too.
Making one snowflake a day for Thingadailies.
It’s the Hellraiser snowflake!
Does your pattern book have written instructions, or charts? I think crochet charts are WAY easier to follow than written instructions. They look just like the finished object is supposed to look too – much more intuitive than knitting charts.
Alas, written only.