I'd love to see photos of scrumbles you create from this "Scrumble-Along" event. Let me know where I can find your photos.
Thank you so much for doing this....as I am new to the world of scrumbling I am going to follow along with you....
Hi Wendy, great to have you on board and ready to go a Scrumbling, lol. It should be a great journey. I always learn lots, even though I'm the one putting up the initial ideas, there is no telling where we end up hahaha.
p.s. no ones scrumbles should end up looking exactly like mine even if you do follow the instructions above.
Cy count me in, I am so enjoying my scrumbling adventures!!! LOL
Hi again Fiona. Glad you found us here.
Hooks at the ready.....................
Cy....thank you thank you!!! i lovethe illustration....I can hardly wait to try this!!!!
Cy, hooks at the ready and already scrumbling. Even went and bought some yarn at our local Salvation Army shop and have asked them to keep me in mind for any more that comes in. Not colours I would normally have in my stash which makes it even more fun!!!
I have this one complete and will start the new one now...hope to post pics after the holiday......
I am thrilled that you are doing this!! I am so new to crochet although have been knitting for a very long time. I love the free form style and I am learning the crochet stitches. I love the House idea! A row of houses would be so cool all decked out differently and integrated into a whole piece. Or a row of house scrumbles running along the back of a wearable piece of art!! I just now need to find some time to devote to this. I think that I might be able to find that time in january. I must do that!!!
Will be following along avidly!!
Thank you so much for doing this Scumble along Cy, I shall start it today! I must go to the op shop and see if I can get some more wool too.
Glad you could join us in the scrumble-along Vanessa. I was in my local Hospice shop yesterday but no wool to be found at all. I'll have to venture a bit further afield to the next town and see what their op shops have.
I have another scrumble to post sometime in the next 24hrs, so be on the lookout for that one. I always post the scrumble-along's to my blog first before re-posting them here.
So for anyone wanting to jump ahead my blog is http://scrumble-along.blogspot.com/
I was in our local Sallies (Salvation Army Shop) and they had stacks of wool, I am so lucky that one of my friends who works there put aside some yarn for me knowing that I wanted some different yarns, for $6 I got 5 balls of mohairy type yarn, 4 balls of nubbly yarn and assorted bits and pieces all in the same bag. Most of it brand new full balls WHOO HOO am I going to have fun with that or what!!!
Thanks, I will start with this one too.