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Hello fellow scrumblers. I have finally started scrumbling, and I am hooked! I need to know though, how do you join the pieces together please? Is there a technique to keep it flat etc, and to make the join inconspicuous. I look forward to any help and thank you in anticipation. Claire
Welcome Susan, I will be looking forward to seeing your scrumbles.
Judy, to me I would look at beading wire, (a fine wire can be crocheted) make it long enough to become a wrap bracelet. Try a couple of different forms of cord that maybe has wire inserted into it! Just an idea. Try Google, see if there are any ideas that you can use to achieve what you would like to make. Please let us know how you get on!
No idea Judy, looks like circles of elastic with beads strung on and then interlaced to stay togather.
Hallo everyone, I have just joined stitchin fingers and your scrumbles group. I love scrumbles so I will have to look through all the discussions and pick up some more patterns, then I can sytart posting pics>
Thank you for having me.
Good on you Julie, glad to hear that you will get your scrumbles out and scrumble-along too. What size is your bag going to be? Gutter guard is a good way to get the shape right and makes it stronger too.
I look forward to hearing more about it.
I have "scrumbled' for quite a while, finished bits everywhere... something new took my fancy and the scrumbles where forgotten... After reading your comments Cy I dragged them out...I will post one on the photos page.
This was going to be a bag.... mmm still has pins in it. I know you can buy bag forms but I use gutter guard, you know , the stuff to keep leaves out of your gutter, it works well, is pliable and easy to hand stitch onto...
I think I will have to get out hook and yarn again..
I have just added a page in the discussion forum (above) to start a Crochet Scrumble-Along.
The idea is to help anyone (beginners especially) to create your own free-form scrumbles.
There has been some discussion taking place over in the "Hooked On Yarn" crochet group, about how to go about making scrumbles. So I have started this Scrumble-Along for that reason, and SharonB suggested I put it in this group so that it can be found easily by anyone wanting to know more about making scrumbles.
I will add more scrumbles to follow every couple of days for maybe a couple of weeks, and then when we have a few scrumbles made up I will include making something from them.
Loren, you are so right, I also have a cross stitch that I have just about finished and another that I am gathering the cottons for. Of course that doesn't even include all the UFO's that are waiting patiently (?) to be finished. I went looking for a pattern the other day and discovered all of these bags of motifs and MAM's that I had forgotten about. One thought that I have just had is that 1 bag would make a great starter for a free form wall hanging, lots of flowers!!!! Hmmm
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