Easy Spoon Crochet Pattern

By K W Warburton, The Reluctant Spoonie

I was looking for a way to use up the scrap yarn that I have collected from various crochet projects over the years and I came up with this mini spoon pattern. These spoons are easy to make, although they can be a bit fiddly for the novice crocheter. These spoons can be used as key-rings, home decor or as a comfort item when you’re attending doctor’s appointments. To make these I used a 2.5 mm hook, but you can use one of any size to match your yarn weight. I also made a hanging look out of some leftover embroidery thread.

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This post was written for Dysautonomia Awareness Month 2019. Find out more about about dysautonomia at dysautonomiainternational.org

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