Crochet necklace with Aztec Influence. It has a kind of retro and exotic glamour. I also included some how to notes on how to use Brick Stitch to create a pendant with a large round bead.
Worked in 100% baby alpaca wool, this 3D Leaves Crochet Beanie has a very refined and expensive feel to it, with a comforting weight.
Once upon a time, it was a corn sheaf jumper. But this latest creation is a variation on that: corn sheaf & flowers knitted jumper.
This is a simple, little trick on how to thread yarn through a needle. If you already know this tip, you already know it is as automatic as breathing. If you don’t, you will wonder how you ever did without it.
Even with large holed needles, you can sometimes have difficulty in threading the yarn through the eye of the needle.
Winter Mosaics, a pair of leg warmers/boot covers is delightfully warm and colourful. It can be worn high or scrunched up, over or inside boots. It is also delight for activities like yoga, meditation, and pilates. And one of the best features is that it is reversible. Many delightful options!
There are a number of ways to measure hands for gloves. For gloves that I make, I use the following measuring method. You can also refer to the included YouTube video lower down.
Mosaic Crochet vs Mosaic Knitting: I have already talked about Mosaic Knitting Basics and then, What is Mosaic Crochet? (or what it isn’t). So before I move on to talk about how to mosaic crochet, let’s have a quick look at the differences between Mosaic Knitting and Mosaic Crochet.
This is the Barbara Walker Mosaic Knitting Chart I worked off.