One of the great things about crocheting is that it's portable, the supplies - a ball of yarn and a crochet hook - can be easily carried anywhere, making it perfect for crafting on-the-go. You can even work on your crochet projects while you're waiting in line, on a road trip, or anywhere else you find yourself. Sometimes I don't have any particular projects in mind, so I crochet pieces just to keep my hands occupied while indulging in other activities such as watching TV, videos, or reading novels. Over time, I've accumulated a collection of pieces. Some I have used soon after completing them, while others have found their way into my stash of unfinished projects (UFP) , which I believe every crafter has. Recently, I resolved to finally confront my pile of unfinished projects - a task I have attempted several times before, only to end up with more added to the pile. While digging through the UFP stash, I came across a rectangular crochet piece that
The past three months I was not very productive. After all winter is time for all to go dormant, I believe and wish. It is for my mother, that means 200% effort being given. The whole process took my some time, designing, drawing paper pattern, making a prototype, revising pattern, choosing fabric, and finally sewing. And forgot to mention the time spending on hunting small parts:single square loops, adjustable strap ladder and grommets. First I searched online, so many products out there, it's hard for me to pick since I've never used them before. Luckily, a local store has what I need, I took my half-done project there to pick those looking good on it. This bag was made of heavy velvet and vinyl. A extra bag organizer, made of 5mm felt. I tried it, quite useful, it keeps everything in place, water bottle, glasses, wallet, cellphone. etc. no need to dig any more. I'll make one for myself later, when?maybe when the spring comes, just joking.