threading-on-rainbows:

I seem to have lost all my crochet hooks in my hotel room, this is odd even for my sort of mess…

I guess I will have to find some time to tidy everything up, fast, I want to start on a blanket.

As it so happens, I have found all my hooks while packing up my room, they had ended up under a pile of papers. I am very pleased, because there also was my first ever hook, the one my grandma gave me when she taught me how to crochet, now she has passed away and to me, having that hook wherever I go, means so much.

P.S. I left Iraq a month ago because it was super dangerous…

threading-on-rainbows:

I seem to have lost all my crochet hooks in my hotel room, this is odd even for my sort of mess…

I guess I will have to find some time to tidy everything up, fast, I want to start on a blanket.

I think they are lost forever, I went through my room twice. I think I must have accidentally thrown them away. Now, I don’t care for the super pretty case, or the quantity of hooks I accumulated, but I am really upset because among them there was my very first crochet hook, the one my grandma taught me to crochet with, the ones she said I could keep because I would make good use of it. I would pay serious money for having it back.

I seem to have lost all my crochet hooks in my hotel room, this is odd even for my sort of mess…

I guess I will have to find some time to tidy everything up, fast, I want to start on a blanket.

I want to apologise for the lack of recent posts, but I have been offered an English teaching job in Kurdistan, and I accepted it. I am now in the ancient city of Erbil, and from Tuesday I will be teaching English.

I have brought yarn with me, and I hope to start making things soon, but so far I have been very busy. I hope you will still bare with me, because I plan to get back to crochet as soon as possible.