When my mother gave me a bag filled with tiny balls of yarn scraps left over from my childhood crafting (gasp!) I instantly knew just the little crochet project that I would turn to to use up this bag of preciousness— the crochet yo you coverlet pattern, courtesy of Sarah London. And now that I have at long last woven in the ends of the tiny coverlet I have produced, I can share it with you. (Just please ignore the no so great photo quality, my good camera has been sent away for repairs.....) A little crocheted yo-yo coverlet like this one could be a wonderful little doll blanket, or a sweet wall hanging, or even a pillow cover! At the moment I'm enjoying it hanging from my little shelves filled with Matroyshka dolls!
And of course, once you decide how to use the mini coverlet you've created, don't forget to block it a bit, which I clearly have not done here, as the future of this piece is still undecided! And yes, crocheting something like this does take some patience, I actually worked on this last winter while waiting for my kids during their piano lessons! Enjoy!