I know, I know …. bombs are supposed to be bad … right? Well these ones aren’t! 😀
I test crocheted Heather’s Love Bombs and I can’t tell you how beautiful these bombs are. In addition to beautiful, they’re versatile. These bombs don’t destroy, they promote love! How much better can they get? Wanna see?
as they stacked up … something magical started to happen …
while I was putting these up, passersby stared, but most smiled. I think it was seeing the bust of colour on the old fence that did it. the love bombs were working …. 😀
then with some awesome tea, and favorite mug, they bombed some Fall reading … incognito … disguised as a book-marker …
Do you believe me now?
See, I told you … love bombs are the best kind of bombs ever!!!!!
- Pattern: Love Bombs (test pattern)
- Designer: Heather Cox
- Yarn: KP Dishie Cotton, Shine Worsted; Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton, Martha Stewart Crafts — Extra Soft Wool Blend
- Other Comments: The pattern was well written and can be completed even by a novice crocheter as a first project. I took less than 10 mins for each bomb.
- Modifications: I made the cast-on and the finishing tails 6 inches and longer so I could have more options for these bombs.
When she releases the pattern, run, don’t walk to get it. Then go spread some love!!!
9.30.2013: Edited to add: My petals are a little frillier than the designer’s. I believe that happened because I’m a really tight crocheter so the petals were pulled in tighter on the 2nd round.