Crochet Your Next Big Catch with Free Patterns from the National Park Service
8 days ago - By Colossal
Halibut. All images courtesy of Burley and the National Park Service
If angling isn't your strong suit, the National Park Service has a solution to reeling in your next big catch. Swap your fishing line for yarn and crochet a halibut or walleye with simple patterns courtesy of ranger Hailey Burley. Referencing the aquatic inhabitants of Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve and Voyageurs National Park, the DIY projects to offer a playful way to engage with the environment and the creatures living in these regions.
The two freshwater fish are part of a growing collection of patterns...
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