My mini shed project would never been complete without a little bit of my speciality in there – Crochet!
Working on a 1:6 scale I ordered some funky 2ply crochet thread (sadly I didn’t have any of this laying about in my stash) and dug out my small 2.00mm crochet hook and got to work.
I decided to make a traditional Granny Square blanket. It doesn’t matter how far your crochet journey goes in respect of difficulty, most people will always return to a Granny Square at some point.
I made sure I used all of the colours to make it as bright and colourful as I possibly could. Then laid it out to plan the finished piece.
To join I used the ‘join as you go’ method, favouring this because you don’t have to thread a needle and sew all the edges together. It’s a quick but effective way of joining.
I finished it off with a couple of rows or a plain stitch to edge it.
The finished measurement is 17cm x 21cm which is a perfect size for my mini shed.
This took about 4 hours to make.