fastest pattern I could find, which I then made take a bunch longer by adding little animal faces. The orange hat is uh, supposed to be a fox. I'm going to have to practice my fox-making.
already mini-pattern for a Knitting and Crochet House Cup homework prompt about shrinking solutions and made really small drawstring pouches. I'm still just...gently edging my way into more thread crochet, I guess, and it's less scary-fiddly than I thought, hooray! ...Of course, it helps to be making things that are this tiny (the black pouch is like, an inch wide) and not an entire tablecloth in filet crochet, or something.
marshmallow bunny pattern to make a present for a fellow House Cupper, and tried to do the itsy-bitsy Slytherin scarf in carry-the-not-in-use-colour-up-the-side colourwork without consulting the internet. So uh, the result is sort of...special. I didn't think the bunny would mind.
Nat and the first three rounds of this snowflake pattern, then just improvising some single crochets and picots to make it more...petal-y. Last year I tried to complete one small crafty project every day in March to celebrate National Craft Month, so this was yesterday's, and I'd like to offer it as a tiny giveaway prize to one of you lovely people, winner to be chosen...sometime later in March. Just leave a comment on this entry (and make sure I have a way to get in touch with you---email, etc.), and for an extra entry, link me to your favourite quick-and-easy pattern/tutorial for something crafty I can make this month.
Linking up, as usual, with the always-wonderful Fibers on Friday and FO Friday. :)