When it comes to creating, I have a thing for "unusual material". Everywhere I go I´ve got my eyes open for interesting things (some people might say I´m crazy, but that´s why I love spending time at big hardware stores like Bauhaus).
The other day I went to a place where they sell material for the fishing industry: chains, ropes and yarn to make fishnets among other things. I fell for some white, shiny, soft and flexible yarn they use for fishnets. I didn´t know what I was going to do with it, but it was way too pretty to just leave it there :-)
I started by making a crochet-cover for a mason-jar I use for pencils at my workspace, just to get a feeling for the material. I used one of my biggest crochet-hooks and now I´ve got a lot of ideas on what to do next with this exciting material!
A LOT of beautiful yarn for fishnet-making...
... makes an interesting texture when used for a crochet-cover
I used really thin cotton-yarn for this one - a interesting contrast to my fishnet-yarn-cover
together in peace and harmony