Welcome Dear Readers. It’s Friday. Which means you can either continue working on that lemon car you’re assembling or you can take a break with me to look for some interesting crocheting projects in this 1984 edition of Annie’s Pattern Club Magazine that I found at the thrift store.
Just when you thought your toilet couldn’t get any more beautiful!
Leave it to Annie to flush out this fabulous crocheting project through the process of elimination! After crocheting a cozy for every single thing in her bathroom, nothing was left cozy-less but the toilet and a bottle of Pepto Bismal (instructions for a Pepto Bismal bottle cozy were probably in the next edition).
I think you’ll have to agree there’s nothing quite as uplifting as lifting up the lid of your toilet and finding a fresh-as-daisy Daisy that you lovingly crafted all by yourself!
Hey! Here’s a little crocheting project sure to get any little boy singing your praises:
Of course, we all know there’s nothing little boys of a certain age love to do more than flip up their collars, pick up a crocheted microphone and crone crone crone to their heart’s content — providing they didn’t leave said heart in San Francisco, that is!
Let’s face it, there isn’t a little boy on earth who, upon receiving a crocheted microphone for his birthday wouldn’t tear up! Just before kicking you in the shins and running away from home, but still!
Crochet your way to total enlightenment!
It’s a crying shame that it took someone until the year 1984 to come up with the idea of crocheting a lamp when Thomas Edison invented the electrical light way back in 1879! And you have to ask yourself why? Why were the crocheters of the past so out of sync with the creation and evolution of electricity?
Was it because crocheters didn’t have electric lamps or was it be because Thomas Edison didn’t know how to crochet? Chances are, unless the science channel really gets hard up for programming, we’ll never know the answer to these questions and a lot of other stupid questions. Either way, please try not to let it ruin your weekend!
And there you have it Dear Readers! Now that we’ve found some worthy crocheting projects, I’ll let you get back to assembling that lemon car.
Until next time . . . I love you