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[Crochet] Working with very small yarn.

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Post time: 2024-1-1 20:07
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Edited by afterbrain at 2024-1-1 23:03

I received some tiny balls of yarn (DMC size 80 crochet cotton, 20g) and I was looking for inspiration for projects to do with them...
Here are some examples I loved, available on this site:

Anything by Lunar Heavenly (though this is all in Japanese and can get a bit tricky to follow
Doilies - Here there are so many options... I have been meaning to make Driada (Vitagul) for a while, but I am not sure how (and which size) it would come out. From the needle size it looks like the original pattern is not meant for a yarn this small.
(These patterns are available on the site, search for the bold part to find them)

Does anyone have any experience working with this yarn size? Or have other examples of projects like this?




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Post time: 2024-1-6 21:42
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no experience but following the thread to see responses!
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Post time: 2024-1-8 18:29
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I made scrunchies from mini skeins. If they are cotton it's ideal for your hair as it doesn't damage them

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Good idea :-)  Post time 2024-2-15 05:25
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Post time: 2024-1-16 13:19
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Thanks. I have learnt a lot here
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Post time: 2024-2-20 13:13
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This is very thin threads for crocheting doilies of Vitagul, they'll be too small. I think, you can crochet collar, maybe snowflakes and similar decor. Or try to use two fold thread
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Post time: 2024-2-24 21:29
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You can make snowflakes.  I find that with this tiny thread it's very useful.
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