It was love at first sight. I die of the cuteness. I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s just adorable.
Amber of Divine Debris has designed this watermelon creation in Red Heart Super Saver making it sturdy and long-lasting. It’s even ready for machine washing!
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At only 9″ in diameter and 10″ tall, you could probably finish this up in a weekend. And, if you’re looking for a project to learn color changing, this is a good one. It’s small enough so that it doesn’t overwhelm you and it’s worked from only one side, so you don’t have to worry as much about making your work perfect on both sides.
I know that we’re already into cold weather for many of you, but I can’t help but want to work with fun summer colors to brighten up those cold, dreary days.
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