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Another of my occasional Tuesday posts where there are more photos than words (for a change).
I know quite a few of you indulge in crochet and some in crochet mandalas and some of you even put them in hoops.
So, I thought you might like to see some photos of the hoops made by the crocheters of Chalabre and other friendly yarnbombers.
Chalabre is a local village which celebrated its second annual ‘Chalabre en Sérénade’ last week, culminating at the weekend in a riot of singers and musicians from all over the world, love songs delivered from Juliet balconies, artists, designers and much more.
I only took one photo – which was of a hoop in the window of a patisserie – what can I say? I wouldn’t mind but I can’t even find it now anyway.
So, all these photos I have used with the permission of Julie Prochowski who came up with the idea of the hoops and gave it her all.
(Julie is also a very good sewing teacher and crafter extraordinaire. One of those people who seem to be able to turn their hand to anything but I like her anyway 😉)
Doesn’t it look amazing?