Its a’Ringing!

The other day, I was going through Pinterest.. to browse through some crochet and knitting stuff.. Little was I aware that my mom was behind me.. suddenly out of nowhere my mom says, “That’s so pretty, why cant you ever make things like that!”

I turn around, with my jaw hanging open.. Oh my god who are you and what did you do with my crochet-hating, knitting-despising, wool-disliking mom?

In the past all my attempts to make my mom use the little trinkets I’ve made in crochet for her, have gone in vain!! VAIN I TELL YOU!!

(its partly due to the fact that, her expertise is beads.. She can make absolutely anything with beads.. Shes a wiz.. and though I can whip up a thing or two with beads, Im not a bead person -__-  Well, as they say to each their own!)

And then she sees this:


And goes all awwwww..

Anyway atleast this was a breakthrough.. my mom was finally asking me to crochet something for her!


This project was a no-brainer so I finished it in about 20 minutes! The pattern is from here:

The only thing we need to do is make sure the smallest hook is used, so that the stitches are tight and the shape is maintained.

So here it is,

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My mom is planning to use it as a hanging trinket on her bag. (But so far its hanging on a nail on the wall. Story of my life :/)


But we just made a slight modification.. She didn’t like the idea of a little jingle hanging from the bell. So we made our own instead with- what else- beads!

If you want the instructions for the bead ball lemme know! I’ll write it out.

Heres the bead in close-up:

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Hope you liked this idea! If you do try it out, I would love to know!













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