在a brief departure from quilting, I was seduced by a beautiful, untouched skein of a merino/silk blend yarn that I saw in a local charity shop for the comparatively bargain price of £3 (I looked up the yarn later online – it’s usually about three times that!). The colour scheme was blues and greens and the yarn itself felt lovely and luxurious. I do like yarn, but as a non-knitter I don’t often buy it because the nice stuff is usually expensive for an amateur like me to mangle. Most of my previous efforts with yarn have ended in tears and swearing. However, one skein seemed not too intimidating and I can use a crochet hook a bit, so I took it home with me and googled free crochet scarf patterns. Happily, I quickly stumbled across a pattern for yarn that broadly resembled mine in appearance and weight and was also pretty straightforward for a novice hooker, the扫帚花边围巾无穷。曾是一个无限大的围巾加分（对我戴着围巾的一大障碍是处理结束）和几乎只需要一针。我找到了一个合适的钩针，压木榫钉的长度短了入服务，我的“扫帚”，并设置为！
当我缝合每一面，我感动纸夹圆的形状 - 这可能不是除了在挑剔切版画绝对必要的，但它确实停止了我失去纸夹倒在沙发的一侧！I also learned that the ends of paperclips are quite sharp and will catch very easily in fabric and thread, so I couldn’t push them all the way onto the hexagon – this meant that they had a vexing habit of pinging off without warning unless I was fairly careful, but I still preferred this method overall. It’s been great practice and I’ve really enjoyed learning how to do it, I’ll be trying some more challenging shapes soon too.