*pats self on back
I am a brand new - baby, if you will - at crocheting. All I know how to do is make a slip knot on the hook, chain, single crochet, increase, decrease and stop.
I can change colors and decrease too, but I honestly don't know if I'm doing it correctly. I just kind of did what seemed logical to me from what I know of knitting.
Anyway, I have a half bath in which the decor has evolved quite organically. It began with a few similar looking birthday gifts I was given just before escrow closed on our house. The colors worked out to be brown and cream, with some burgundy thrown in.
I thought a nice and easy first crochet project would be a flat piece of fabric to place atop the toilet tank. I did that.....buuuuut....it got a little curvy. So obviously I wanted to try again.
And then I decided I should make a matching button-top hand towel. I like button-top hand towels because then my family members can pull it down and leave it on the counter. Ahem.
And into the bathroom we go....
|Ack, the lighting!|
|The wall plaque up there was one of my gifts|
Basically, if you know how to crochet, I'm sure you could duplicate what I did if you wanted to. :-)
I'm just happy with myself for making something nice looking!