Have you ever ripped out your crochet projects?? Perhaps your answer is Yes.. or always.. or sometimes… I know you can’t say never. Here is my second answer. Have you ever made crochet ripped out NOODLES… See the photo below. You can see it yourself.
To me ripping out crochet projects is one of the hate things as a crocheter. I know, we do it when we made a mistake in stitches on our projects.
At this point we gave up, disappointed and stressed. But this time I did it with a joyful and with a smiling. I never say you should do this, but I must say try it one day if you can.
I had to rip out one of that beanie to reuse the yarns for my design experiments,. Then I began to rip out the beanie and the yarn piled on my bed just like noodles. I screamed… WOW NOODLES… One of my favorite meal I like to eat.
I had a fun idea…
How I did it.
I placed the ripped out yellow yarn on a plate (you can use white color ripped out yarn as well). Just like a noodle. Then cut 1 cm long pieces in orange and green color yarn as a sliced of carrot and beans. Spread them on noodles.
It’s simple. I crocheted flat circle. First round 6 with golden yellow color and another six round with white color. Pink Mombo has a helpful tutorial about How to crochet flat circles in Continues rounds. Click here.
I crocheted chains about 3” long and started with sc, hdc and dc stitches for last. Again short or long chain stiches, worked sc, hdc, dc stitches. I repeated 5 - 6 times like this and fasten off. Roll it and stuck in noodles.
Tadaa.. A dish of fried noodles with a fried egg is ready to serve..