My daughter is crocheting up a storm. She is using an aluminum bangle for a base, and adding a row of single crochet in a sparkly purple yarn courtesy of her mother’s store. She chose a purple bracelet too, in case some of the bracelet shows through when she’s done.
This is the first time she has crocheted anything besides long, long chains, so I am excited for her.
Oops, it’s not quite her first non-chain project. A few minutes ago, she already finished a bracelet using polyester satin cord. The cord was nice for her to use because she didn’t have to deal with shredding her yarn. I remember learning to crochet many, many, many years ago. I shredded a lot of yarn, and I remember lots of sweaty, dirty, knotty messes. Wherever my daughter gets her ways, she seems to have missed the messy yarn gene!
She rocked it!