Last month I was honored to be invited by Jessie At Home to share a craft project on her site. Jessie’s blog features pretty stitched projects including free and for purchase knit and crochet patterns. If you are a stitcher, I highly recommend you checking out her work. She has so many fun ideas… I could spend days there being inspired.
Despite my love of all things crafty, I only knit at a basic level and I’ve left the crocheting to my daughter, Tess. She has mastered this talent that she inherited from her great grandmother and I’m content to accept that this skill has skipped my generation. However, I knew I was going to need her insight to come up with a unique design. Jessie was interested in a project to compliment a knitting or crochet project and with a little help from my resident crocheter, we came up with the perfect idea.
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