by M. J. Joachim
Crocheting was Catherine’s favorite pastime. She’d sit for hours, days and weeks, working on each project as if it were going to be a classic piece; she’d dream of being discovered for her creative genius while she worked.
Carefully, Catherine would move her hook to and fro, twisting and winding the pattern around, in a 3-dimensional sculpture. Once completed, she would cast it under the lights, to make it glow.
Skillfully, Catherine carved the object captured in her crochet netting. Catastrophically, her carnivorous tendencies revealed themselves to those concealed within her crocheted cobwebs.
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