Crochet projects

Things that are worth doing are worth doing badly. Plus, the more you do them, for most people, the better you’ll get. There are good many reasons to work hard at picking up some craft and making it part of your life- and your children’s lives. IT’s good therapy, it’s good for children to learn how to do things, it builds grit and resilience and self confidence. I was in my fifties when I started crocheting anything besides lopsided dishclothes.
Your time may not be this time. You may be elbow deep in diapers and dishsuds and eating standing up so you don’t fall asleep with your face in your plate. But not now does not have to mean not ever.

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