- chunky yarn should not be used for large projects requiring small hooks
- fuzzy yarn works better as a knitted project because crochet hooks get caught in the knaps
- Wool tugs at my heritage and makes me yearn imaginatively for fishing villages and peat fires. However, wool really does not work well in the tropics
- when the contents state “4% other", it will shrink, stretch, fade, and/or itch
- baby yarn is fabulous – soft, gentle colors, washable -- but cannot replace chunky yarn nor vice versa in order to yield an article in the correct and expected proportions
Come sit with me
I love blue, purple and scarlet yarn! I have crocheted most of my life, and when I found out that there were women across the nation who were forming Prayer Shawl Ministries, I became so excited; I started one at my church. The Wednesday devotionals on this blog weave together the art of crocheting and the love of God. Plus there are quotations on leadership, patterns, book reviews, and news from other Prayer Shawl Ministries. So if God has filled you with a love for crocheting & knitting, pull out those blue, purple and scarlet yarns and those crochet hooks and knitting needles and join me.