I don’t know how to knit. And I know how to do one (and only) one very basic crochet stitch.
But that hasn’t stopped me from buying yarn. Yeah, I buy yarn and don’t know how to use it. That’s ok, right?
Learning how to use yarn appropriately has been on my New Years resolution list for at least 3 years.
A few nights ago, I put my one (and only) very basic crochet stitch to good use.
In about the time it took to watch an episode of Modern Family, I whipped up this scarf, er, necklace thing.
It’s nothing amazing, but it puts just a little color into my wardrobe, which suffers desperatly from “the void of color”.
How to make:
Various colors of yarn, mixed with various sizes of needles. Single crochet stitch all the merry way.