The most simple, ancient, and powerful throwing tool in the world… under 2 ounces
...the next generation of projectiles. The rainbow dude from a couple of posts ago taught me that scraps have potential. I crocheted up to a twleve- stitch row with a yellow scrap piece that could not have been used on other patterns. Then two rows of a green and a single row of blue. When joined the blue ends up with a double row. Downside is it required some careful knot splicing to keep the knots inside the ball and still secure through what is bound to be a lifetime of being slammed against walls trees and other hard objects.