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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

A Thingamajig

I had a little bit of time last week and I wanted to start something new.  I knew that if I started another project it would soon get pushed aside and then sit there mocking me while I worked on what I had already started, so I decided to do something quick and fast.  A project I could start and finish the same afternoon would take care of the start-itis jones and it wouldn't add to my pile of things to do - win, win!

I decided to make a little crochet thing.  I picked the cover thing from Simple Crocheting and sat down with a hook and some I Love This Cotton that was leftover from another project.  I also got out my crochet how to book so I could learn how to make a single crochet stitch (I only really know the double crochet stitch very well).  About an hour later, I had a thing.  I don't really know what to do with it, so it's sitting on the kitchen counter right now.  It's really too big for a coaster and not solid enough for a hot pad - it's just a thingamajig.



Anonymous robin mc said...

It's a doily! And it turned out beautiful!

8:48 AM  
Anonymous Amy said...

Perhaps a trivet?

11:55 AM  
Blogger Lori said...

It's a swatch of course.

5:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Put it under a lamp or a what-not to keep from scratching your nice table. That way, it will slide SO much easier when a fur baby gives a shove. :-)

10:02 PM  
Blogger Adrienne said...

I think it may belong under a vase of cut flowers.

2:49 AM  
Anonymous Pam said...

Make another one and stich them together with a hot pad cut to fit in the middle. That way you get to make another one, and then you have a hot pad:)

4:16 PM  

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