Saturday, March 21, 2009
Week 11 - a mainly cotton scrumble
My scrumble for this week began with the circular crochet motif that alternated bullion with regular crochet stitches. More crochet was then worked onto the edge of the motif, using two different shades of green. I then added some surface crochet around the edge of the circle, and continued it outwards to create a spiraling effect. Next I picked up stitches with my knitting needles, and added first one, and then a second rectangular knitted motif - each was done in a two-colour slip stitch pattern. Finally a little more crochet - popcorns, shells and a bullion cluster.
Posted by Prudence Mapstone at 12:45 AM
Labels: bullion stitch motif, crochet cotton, crocheting, scrumbling
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