Added Apr 20, 2012
It’s time to get back into “Crochet”
I found a (forgotten) ball of yarn while I was organizing my room.
At first, I didn’t know what to do with it. Because I had only one ball yarn,
I could use it for a little project.
I wanted something quick and easy. Finally, I decided to make a crochet
collar (which I have an obssession with).
There are so many free patterns online. I saw a scallop crochet diagram
somewhere on internet. I didn’t even know what it was due to its Chinese
explanation. (Unfortunately, I don’t know Chinese.)
I only focused on the tiny diagram then I realized that it could be applied to
make my collar.
I made it with trial and error to see how it turned out. It’s totally rewarding!
There are only 7 rows in this project. Even beginner can finish it in 1 day.
Wool+Rayon yarn 50 g, Crochet hook no. 1/0
Jewel button, Snap button
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