Well, I've been expanding my chrocheting knowledge, but my mom's no help at all, and i don't understand what i read in books, so i am left to bliptv and youtube
But I have one question, before I show you my projects I've been working on all week: when chroceting in a circle, say you wanted to make a ball, well you know how you put 2 stitches every other stitch, how do you decrease in order to create the sphere? Like, do you just skip a stitch? (oh god, that was probably the worst explanation ever...i hope somebody understand it...)
So, here is the belt that I've actually been working on and off on for like...six months hahah, but I just not got around to finishing it and I got a little carried away and ended up making it too big
please pay no mind to all the clutter collected on the floor..
and this is the wall hanger thingy that I made soley on the fact that my room already looks like an 8 year olds...this helps it ten-fold. hahah, but I like it. The circles have "drawings" on them. the first is a butterfly, beneath that is a smiley face, above that is the letter M for my name, and last is a heart...I ran our of ideas and it was small. hahah. I haven't gotten around to adding the finishing touches so it still has stray strands of yarn around it but I'll cut them off later.