For some reason I felt inclined to try my hand (hook?) at crochet. So I went to the library and picked up the Happy Hooker crochet book (like any decent craftster would do), popped into the craft store and grabbed a few hooks and a skein of yarn, and over the past few weeks I practiced my stitches. Last night I decided to try my first project. So after a few hours of work, I had myself a decent little fit-to-be-tied bag. I've sewn the lining, but still need to stitch it into the bag, which is really intimidating me. Any tips or tricks for doing that? Well, here she is! I'm awfully proud and can't wait to try more crochet projects!
When I took the picture the ribbon was a little too tight so it looks kinda wonky. I've since fixed it and it looks much straighter. What do you think?!