Picture Perfect: Intricate
This crocheted curtain may look intricate, but it is composed of simple basic units—just loops of thread put together in varying ways, slip, chain, single, double, treble, and so on. You could do a quadrillion stitch if your hook was long enough. I adapted a tablecloth pattern for this project.
The state of the world is very intricate and yet if we apply the basics, we can create a better one, a little bit at a time, just like crocheting a curtain, stitch after stitch. Our basic units are our divine gifts—love, speech, freedom, creativity and individuality. If we follow the pattern, be good (now there’s a simple design), we can construct a garden of Eden.
I am embarrassed to say, but there are a few mistakes in this curtain, not to mention weeds in the garden. That reminds me I still have work to do on myself.
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