I am always inspired to start new projects, but sometimes I'm inspired to design my own as well. I have an unfinished design sitting in a bag in my craft cubicle storage unit, but I'll get back to that some other day. In the meantime, I couldn't ignore the "new design" bug for any longer. So, a couple days ago, I picked up my hook with no pattern before me, and began to crochet. Through a little bit of trial and error (a lot less than I've had to trudge through before), I am ready to show you my new design: "Heidi."
Each new pattern of mine becomes near and dear to my heart. It's not much the finished product that I enjoy, so much as the process it took to get there. When I see my work, whether it's my own pattern or not, I see the amount of time and energy I put into it, and so the value in my own eyes is more than what I imagine others see.
Here are the stats:
Finished size: 12.5-inches in diameter
Thread: size 10
Yardage: 400-450 yards
Pattern consists of 34 rounds.
The difficulty of this pattern is rated as "advanced."
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