If you've been reading my latest posts, you'd know that I'm working on perfecting my crochet skills. Crochet and I have a long history together. From a young age, I've had the strong urge to create. I had always liked to visit the craft area of Walmart with my grandma and I suppose one day the meager crochet area caught my eye. My grandma got me a crochet hook and a little pamphlet (which didn't actually help anything, so she ended up showing me how to do it). So at around 6, I began my crocheting journey. Not knowing how to read patterns, and not being all that committed, I've ended up with a sporadic amount of crochet hooks, strewn everywhere. The sizes are completely random and I even have multiples of a few of them.
The point! I've subscribed to a lot of crocheting blogs. And there are a lot of crochet hook holders. So I decided to make my own. Here it is!
Polymer clay time! These are bracelets inspired by a picture I saw when I was browsing Google pictures. Actually, inspired isn't the word. I basically copied them and gave it my own lazy twist.
I actually found the picture. Their bracelets are lot neater.
Last thing. I've been trying to up my skills a bit more with polymer clay so that maybe, just maybe, I can have something to show for at the Redlands Art Association. This is a snake on a branch.