I am just going to put the balance of Winter Beanies 2017 here instead of blogging on each separately. (I have already blogged separately on a few, which will not be included here.)
Finally, a custom made knee-length winter coat, in happy colours and with hoodie – just for me! Yay!
This crocheted winter coat in multi-colors took weeks and weeks to make! And lots of trial and errors. But it surely has been worth it. The main crochet technique I used here was overlay crochet.
The yarn too was special: beautiful possum blend wool (70% Merino, 30% Possum fur) from New Zealand; gifted by Christine, a very good friend.
Crochet Slouchy Beanie with Frill top and a splash of colourful band. (Photo gallery only.)
This is part of my beanies collection, Winter 2017. As usual, I am way way behind on my blogging and listing duties. So instead of attempting to do a blog post for each beanie as per my wont, I am just going to lump all the unblogged ones together here. At least the balance of the beanies done in overlay crochet technique.
(Note: the photo above does not represent all the beanies on this page, nor are all the beanies here represented in the photo.)
Another winter beanie worked in overlay crochet. Featuring gentle and warming colours.
Worked in 100% baby alpaca wool, this 3D Leaves Crochet Beanie has a very refined and expensive feel to it, with a comforting weight.
Black & White overlay crochet beanie – with that uplifting touch of red. Comfort & Class for winter!
Once upon a time, it was a corn sheaf jumper. But this latest creation is a variation on that: corn sheaf & flowers knitted jumper.
“Bountiful Forest” overlay crochet beanie brings the sumptuousness of a bountiful forest to warm a blowy, chilly day.