Good morning, Improv.
Even if my head is pounding and my nose is sniffling, this head cold can't hold me back from a good morning when there's improv piecing afoot.
That piece of patchwork was designed for this crochet hook roll. I opted to use the patchwork as the background so that the pockets could be made from super-sturdy Essex Yarn Dyed in Black. Just say "no" to wimpy pockets. The roll is made to fit those fat Clover crochet hooks. It's a camper gift for a very patient camper who opted to wait until after my craft show so I could make her something extra useful. Well, it's after for sure. Hopefully the wait is worth it!
Fold down the flap down to encase the hooks and behold a bright pink Quilt Blocks Spectrum Stars print (at Fat Quarter Shop, Fresh Modern Fabric and Sew Modern). Roll...
and tie her closed. Easy, peasy, done.
She's stuffed with a bit of batting and outfitted with ribbon tie closure. Sorry, no tutorial today. The head is still aching.
But...even so, I do sense a tingling of want-to-crochet. It is fall again, isn't it?