Wednesday, July 27, 2011



I think I have crossed some kind of beginner barrier-my persistence has paid off and I am learning to make more complicated patterns. This is my latest piece, a neck warmer, hot of the hook ;o)
For those 'in the know' about crochet it features FDPC and mostly shells and was truly enjoyable to make.It is a beautiful texture-its title is 'honeycomb' and I can really see it but I am not sure the photo here will give enough detail, I reduced it to sepia to try and show it better...


It's light weight, made in sock weight wool, which was lovely to use and results in a very supple and scrunchable end product..great for end of season wear but probably not warm enough for mid winter. Next time I think I'll make it in a thick natural chunky yarn to see how it looks-maybe a Fauve Fibre if I can get some this weekend at Village life.
I love it when Sally comes-her yarn is addictive, I think! What's your latest craft obsession?
xoHappy creating
Kate

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