This week I have completed my first project. I am feeling quite accomplished that I was able to plan the time, take photos, and be giddy with excitement every time I look at my work.
I decided to start smaller this week and crochet my Apple chargers for my iPhone 4 and pink iPod Nano. I love every inch of yarn single crocheted on the cords!
Check her out! -----> I chose to follow Kristen Kapur Designs' picture tutorial.
I work from home as an At-home Chat Advisor for Kelly Services for Apple. I enjoy my job being much less stressful with yelling at my computer at angry customers and giggling with my co-workers on our work provided iPod Touches. I can't imagine a better place to be at this time and hope to have many more memories while working from home.
So here it is, my first project of 2015!
I started by locating all of my chargers, pulled out my handy dandy crochet hook organizer, and my obsessively huge yarn stash.
I show up lock and loaded when I crochet.
Who doesn't love tons of color when crocheting!
So grungy and dirty.... bleh.
I used a left over skein from creating a pink, light purple, and dark purple baby ear flap owl hat.
I use another Red Heart yearn to add some bright colors my my hot pink iPod Nano.
They look so cute together!
Things I learned from this experience:
- Thicker yarn makes it easier to move around when covering all the white of the cord.
- Do not cover chargers with breaks or exposed wires (this is not from experience, but training from work)
- Have fun, not each stitch is going to be exactly the same!
- I can sing Barenaked Ladies songs while crocheting!
- I need more colorful things in my life.