My crafty little Tassel Tie Bunting make thanks to Clobbr.
I may be a self confessed hoarder, but I’m not one to turn down more stuff! Elaine of Clobbr got in touch to say that she had a range of yarns and fabric that she wasn’t going to use, so did I want them. Clobbr is all about upcycling, and improving our impact on our planet one step at a time. So I thought I’d have a go at making use of what I have with this Tassel Tie Bunting.
It felt fitting that I use the yarns that were gifted to make something as a bit of a reminder of how beautiful they all are. I’ve still got lots left and they’re currently being made into a blanket but this little make is a perfect lock down project.
I thought that I’d share how it ended up, it’s super simple and you can find the complete pattern and instructions in the book Crochet by Super+Super, Amy Phipps and Claire Culley. It’s called Tassel Tie Bunting.
Luckily, during lock down – the weather has been pretty amazing and this make is perfect to brighten up a little space in the garden. It’s equally gorgeous inside and would look super cute anywhere that catches a bit of light, especially as I used some gold Rico Designs lame that I already had! It was one of the mega hot days that I took the photos and the garden was looking very wild, yet very lovely.
I hope you’re managing to carry on the crafting, even with the shopping thing not being as easy as usual. Take a look at what you’ve already got, get out those craft books that you’ve been hoarding and see what you can come up with, without even leaving the house!
This post was written by Gemma