BEGIN”NING, ppr. First entering upon; commencing; giving rise or original; taking rise or origin.
Beginnings can mean lots of things to lots of people. Sometimes it may require unwinding some snarls, but the result is bound to please.
When I first “entered into” using this ball of yarn several years ago, it was as a gift for a friend. As you can see, that hasn’t happened yet.
The knitting needle for this yarn was small, too small to ignite much enthusiasm for continuing. So the project got put away and forgotten.
Then my lovely British friend, a busy crocheter, got me thinking about yarns I might recycle. Here was a prime example.
On New Year’s Day I got it out, pulled the knitting apart, and got out a crochet hook. Then the question: what stitch to use?
I started with a basic single crochet, which gives a solid finished piece. However, I soon realized that stitch would take more than the single ball of yarn I had. Finding more would be difficult, at best.
On to Plan B: a more open stitch that used less yarn. And so the above was started. And I think it may continue.
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