Have many of you tried the process where you use a double ended crochet hook and two different colors of yarn at the same time to make a double sided item? Yes I've had all my medicine today. I learned this ages ago but like everything else it just got stuck back somewhere and fell off the face of the earth never to be seen again. Until yesterday. I was suppose to be working on a baby blanket for a friend of mine but my fingers got to itching to do something else which usually gets me into trouble. So I started digging around for some little something that would be a quick to make item, but instead I ran across my hook. Suddenly my little brain woke up and I thought, "I haven't done this in a long time, I need to do it now." So off I went on an adventure of different colors that ended up being just a strip of fabric, what will it grow up to be? Lord only knows 'cause I sure don't. If you have not done this procedure before you really should give it a try. The video below is made by the lady that invented this idea, and she is a hoot to listen too. This way of stitching creates a thick very stretchy piece of crocheting that looks and feels like thick knitting. As you can see in my example one side is yellow and one side is purple, this is great for potholders, hats, scarves, and afghans made either in squares or in strips. So don't think I've gone off the deep end because this is such a simple way to work it will surprise you. Watch Mary and you will see, then check around the internet because there are lots of free patterns, or you can just make up your own. It really is easy, would I lead you astray????