May 2009
Crochet!;May2009, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p82
The article reflects on the author's experiences in trying to recycle unused yarn and patterns. She admitted that she has the tendency to purchase yarn and pattern leaflets at craft stores leading to having various unused materials. In order to reduce her unused yarn and pattern, the author donated some skeins to the local Girl Scouts council. She also came to realize that she just have to crochet in order to reduce her unused materials.


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