This post is part of Ginny’s Yarn Along.
This was my great-grandmother’s crochet hook. She died before I was born. My grandmother used it for years. Now it is mine.
My grandmother taught me to crochet when I was around twelve. Before that my mother taught me to make chains with my fingers.
I don’t remember my grandmother making snowflakes, but she must have because these were made from patterns in her collection.
ETA: And AGAIN I forgot to mention what I am reading. I’m still on Joan of Arc. Mark Twain’s take is that the Dauphin was paralyzed with fear that he was not the rightful heir to the throne of France. It took a word from God through Joan to assure him that he was the legitimate son of Charles VI before he could rouse himself to action against the English.
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