finished this quite a while ago, but as you can see, I’ve been derelict in my pic-posting duty!
This is my “Tunisian Mitered Throw.” I made it larger than the pattern because it was really quite small. See more of this blanket below in the collage…
Check out my Babette in progress. It is really just a sampler: I need “practice” with color. I am TERRIBLE at color combos like this. So I thought I’d start working on it 🙂 . Not too bad, but not the best either!
Note how different lighting changes it from a purle-bluish base color to a orangey color.
January 19, 2012
wow this page went screwy! 😦 Not sure how to fix it. When I try it just goes even more haywire…
I’ll just try posting pics one by one…sigh. Takes so long.
I’ve got lots to post, but no time.
But, here’s the completed Aztec Blanket
December 2011 –
Update on my “Aztec Blanket”
Tunisian Crochet Cap
Here I have randome stuff I’ve made up 🙂 Some of these items are made using my own stitches I sorta, well, made up 😉 The variations of entrelac are my own creations…I’m still not 100% satisfied…needs a bit more tweaking, or perhaps just more practice to get smooth stitching…
October 29, 2011
I used a battery light to make the lacy ones glow.
The large one (first few pics at the top) is a hat!
October 24, 2011
Currently working on the popular “Sunny Spread” blanket. Unusual for me, since, I really don’t find many crocheted items attractive (meaning garments, actually; I do find crochet acceptable for accessory-home items and toys, etc. 🙂 ) This blanket, however, is quite nice.
Crocheting it block by block is also attractive :D. I’ve crocheted only two blankets in my life — both were Tunisian — and they were done in one piece. This is a nice way. Although, I’m a bit anxious about having to sew them together…I haven’t decided on which method I will use yet. I think it will be a decision made when I am done with all the squares.
I am weaving as I go (at least I have that much sense 😀 )
So far I’ve got 12 of these babies…
I’ve named my version of it my “Aztec Sun” blanket 🙂
I’m not a prolific crocheter; I actually love crocheting, but not crochet ;^). I do love, however, Tunisian Crochet, which I plan to do more of (she always says) when I get the time.