Friday, March 6, 2009
This week's scrumble definitely thinks it is a tidal rock pool. If the photo seems a little small and you can't see all the detail please take another look next week; I will change it to a better size next week when I am back to my own computer.
edited to say photo is all fixed up; click on the thumbnail to see this scrumble in all its glory ;-)
Posted by Prudence Mapstone at 5:18 AM
Labels: bullion stitch, freeform crochet, freeform knitting, noro, rock pool, scrumble, slip stitch, underwater
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This is lovely! All those bullion stitches, clinging to the rock...ReplyDelete
That is divine!! Your buillions are so nice. :0) I still struggle with that first one or two loops tightening up too much...any suggestions to stop that?ReplyDelete
Queen of Dreamsz
Somehow shapes like our little red dot, Singapore! ;DReplyDelete
ah, yes, Betsy; I hadn't realized, but it is shaped quite like Singapore.ReplyDelete
Stephanie, I always draw the initial yarn-over through so it is pretty tall (to about the full height that the finished bullion will be) before I start flipping the loops over; perhaps that helps to stop the first few from being too tight.