The techniques were easy to understand, and the tips were helpful when I remembered to do them. It took a while but each row itself went pretty quickly. The color layout was genius and gives a very impactful piece. The fringe is a genius addition, I wouldn’t have thought to add that myself but it really adds that final punch to the overall look. I think this ended up being a great reintroduction to tapestry crochet and it actually left me wanting to do more! I think artsy wall hangings done in tapestry crochet are going to be very on-trend throughout this coming fall and winter, and I look forward to trying as many of them as I can!
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This week’s crochet finds include how to tapestry crochet a pineapple, how to crochet a lemon pillow, how to crochet a plant holder, how to crochet a lacy oversized shirt and crochet Christmas patterns.
I love the creativity in this pattern. It looks interesting, and in a cute color it can easily blend into your decor. Or if it’s a gift for a kid, it would look fun in a brightly colored shade to stand out! I appreciated the thorough instructions in both the stitching and the assembly, and I’m very happy with my finished result.
This week’s crochet finds include how to crochet a mermaid can koozie, A Merry Crochet Christmas book, how to crochet a large jellyfish, how to crochet a C2C chevron blanket and how to crochet a lacy crochet top.
This was is such a joy to make! The pattern was simple and easy to understand, and has a lot of wiggle room to make it your own.
A square inspired by a quilt. I love the geometric look! Three sizes included perfect for a throw pillow, but you can also make these squares and sew them together to create a matching afghan!
This pattern was very easy to follow, and I really like the added detail in the filet design. This top is worked in simple double crochet stitches and basic shaping so it’s definitely suitable for a confident beginner, and it’s reversible!
The variegated yarn makes these granny squares the real star of the show on this poncho! Beautiful Spring or Fall accessory that’s totally fringe-tastic.
This pattern was so much fun to make and so simple. I am glad I chose the yarn I did! A special, colorful, one-of-a-kind cardigan that you are not going to find in stores! I would buy it and do the same thing again in a heartbeat, just to use a different colorway and have even more bright beautiful sweaters perfect for Spring and Fall!
I have the honor of being included in this awesome issue of Annie’s Christmas 2020! This special issue is packed full of more than 65 crocheting, sewing and quilting holiday projects perfect for decorating and gifting, and many that you can use into Winter as well. Enter for a chance to win a copy!