Starting the Mystery Crochet Project!!

I have always enjoyed doing a bit of crochet but never do as much of it as cross stitch. The problem I’ve had is not having enough people to make things for but then an idea hit me today and I quickly got out a ball of wool and my hook and got to work!

But I’m not going to tell you what it is as there are eyes everywhere, especially certain people who I know may come across my blog and see what it is and ruin the surprise so for now you get this harmless image!

Not like I’ve got enough to do with 87 sewing projects, like a million books to read and 2 wikis I created and havent’ had time to make the pages for!!

Until the next update…. Happy Crafting!!!


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Jenny 'Crouch' Hayler
    Sep 19, 2012 @ 21:33:29

    Hmmm 🙂 xx


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