Crochet by Candlelight

Last Sunday I was quite happily working on my next scarf when disaster struck, our whole street lost power!

I was OK for a couple of hours but as it got darker I thought I was going to have to stop but then I remembered we got candles so I set up my workstation like this

crochet candle

and yes I did finish it!

Until my next update… Happy Crafting!!


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. stitchesinlife
    Aug 11, 2013 @ 11:30:47

    The village my cousins live in is notorious for power cuts. It almost became a running joke “oh the cousin is here to babysit. We will have a power cut soon” it does make crafting slightly harder.


  2. Beate
    Aug 11, 2013 @ 13:01:39

    Now they have crochet hooks with lights on. hahaha, so i have no time to look up a URL. Much love!


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