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Gratitude Stones
Gratitude Stones
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Whether you, a friend, or your children get anxious, this worry stone project is great to take off some of that edge. These Gratitude Stones are awesome because they are quick and easy to make, and they can keep your hands busy whenever you're feeling anxious. This is definitely a fun crochet project that makes a wonderful DIY gift. Plus, if you have any extra yarn lying around your house that you've been trying to figure out how to use up, take a crack at making some crochet gratitude stones! 

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Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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  • Crochet hook

Gratitude Stones

How to Crochet Gratitude Stones

  1. ch 10 sts, leaving a long tail. Slip stitch to join it into the round. 

  2. Round 1: chain 1, sc 10, sl to join. 

  3. Round 2: ch 1, sc 10. 

  4. Work round 2 to desired length. Fold tube in half. Working flat, ch 1, turn, and sc 5 across top of pouch. Break yarn and draw tail through. 

  5. Stuff pouch with poly-fil. Using long tail from beginning of project, ch 1 and sc 5 across to close pouch. Break yarn and draw tail through. Weave in all ends to finish. 

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Are there really stones inside those crochet sachets? Well, whatever these are for, these Gratitude Stones seems to be fun to make. I'm attracted to the colors of the yarn used and you can actually use any vibrant color of yarn you fancy for this project. Happy crocheting.

Worry stones might be stretching it a little bit. Stones are hard and these are soft and squishy and more like a stress or worry square. The video is very well presented and if anyone is going to make these squishys, I recommend watching the video. This is a very quick and easy project.

These are more Gratitude Pillows than stones. The short video shows exactly how to work these up as well as stuffing and slip stitching each end. Dont make the mistake I made on my first oneI didnt leave nearly enough of a tail to stitch it closed. I dont know if the recipient will be any more relaxed, but a good half hour with my hooks does the trick for me.

Not really sure that these qualify as stones, but more like stress puffs. They look very quick and easy to make and could be made with very little leftover yarn scraps from previous projects you have made and a couple of cotton balls. They would indeed keep your hands busy which would direct your mind to something other than your stress.

These are so cute and easy! I really like how you can whip them up really quickly!

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