I know I should not be starting anything new, I know I have got to finish the 'monster blanket', but I just simply can't stop myself. The lure of the new project is sooo intoxicating, the thought of trying out a new pattern or idea is like a drug - I have zero will power to resist.

Here's how these things start......

On Saturday my friend Emily came in the shop to buy yarn to start a throw using her 'extreme knitting' needles, she is going to use 4 strands of mixed yarn, I can't wait to see the results - come on Em, get a move on !!

Anyway, it got me thinking of crocheting with more than one strand and I decided to make a rug, looking good so far, made in 2 strands of Eskimo on a 9mm hook, what do you think?

 

Written by Trudy Armstrong — March 17, 2015

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Kathryn:

love love love the pink and orange combo.

March 17 2015

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