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Writing, publishing, sharing ideas; all of these require commitment. So I’m attempting to do that again. About to start making a sheep.
I decided to start crocheting again two years ago. I learnt as a child and gave up quickly as children do. Now I need different skills and commitment. And other people’s children need gifts. Hence the sheep.
It’s a pattern from simple crochet for cherished babies by Jane Davies. Not a title I particularly like but it is simple sure enough.
This sheep will have some recycling in it too. The intention of greenness is there.
It it should take about three evenings to make.

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