Scrumblinis make the cut!

Our Scrumblinis have been noticed by Lime & Violets crochet correspondent, Crochetcompulsiv!

In her first of many weekly columns, Hook Up o’ the Week Ms. Compulsiv highlighted these dear little suprise packages of yarn beautifully! In fact I’m really tickled somebody really understood the essence of the little fellas.

I like to look at the Scrumblinis cause they are so dang cute. My daughter also loves them, and keeps me spinning far more than I’d like, because she keeps using them for her trendy projects. Recently they’ve been used in full length fingerless gloves, a funkilcious hat, leg warmers, and scarves. “I only use the ones that fall on the floor, Mom” she wails. (Yeah, when you dump a bag on the floor to get to them it’s no longer a valid reason!)

Rest assured you won’t get the ones that fall on the floor when you order a pack from me!

 Thank you Dawn! Rock on and may you have mucho success in your column!! You represent the Crochet Liberation Front well!! I look forward to reading next week’s column!


About thegoldenme

I love crochet and hand-spinning. I am visually impaired, and thus extremely tactile. I love texture and color, and creating things that feel good, and look good has made life richer and warmer.
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