Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked: The Beginning

Ain't No Rest For The Wicked
August 3, 2020

An entrelac crochet scrapghan can be worked on with any length of scrap. This is very key to me exhausting my stash before I die, and a way to keep my work area cleaner.

Otherwise, I’d be keeping the little scraps to make something else…I hate,¬†that much, for any yarn to go to waste. Even today, I had some scraps – about 12 inches or less for crochet; it’d be more tedious crocheting over all those tails – and I am thinking how could I use them up.¬†They are in the trash, where they shall remain.

However, we work with what we can and until we meet our maker. That is the philosophy with which I was raised; we are a family of work-horses, very strong work ethic.

Me being the drama queen in the family, I must suffer for my craft, and as the song goes: there ain’t no rest for the wicked…with a clean work area!

This afghan will, hopefully, find someone to keep warm.

Hooker Notes

Hook Size: US I/9 Hook

The Yarns

So far, I have used scraps from: Blood And Roses: Pink and Red, Under The Sea, Viva Las Vegas, and Sit Down.

Ain't No Rest For The Wicked
August 9, 2020

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