see, I promised I'd have this next one up soon after the last! so I'm pretty much all caught up again now, I think.
So, what's a girl to do when she finds a ball of lovely lofty wool yarn that has been spun as a single and dyed a gorgeous purple...why, crochet lots of bullions with it, of course!
you have to admit that this type of yarn really is ideal for them. overuse of the crochet bullion stitch - who, me??? ;-)
Friday, May 22, 2009
Posted by Prudence Mapstone at 1:39 PM
Labels: crochet bullion stitch, purple, single ply
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There is no such thing as overuse of bullion stitch. More is better, IMHO! Beautiful scrumble!ReplyDelete
Prudence, it's beautiful... and you can NEVER have too many buillions. :0)ReplyDelete
Absolutely lovely! This one made me say "Oooooooh" out loud.ReplyDelete
Myyy Prudence, I just love this purple & the bullions are so exquisite & soo perfect... I'll definitely have to keep practicing my bullions... too many bullions... I think someone needs to wash their mouth out saying such profanities... too many bullions??? ha ha ... BReplyDelete
This is my favourite scrumble of yours - its totally eye candy - if I met this scrumble at the pub I would let him take me home, hahaReplyDelete
I love purple and I really love this!!! I crochet but I've never made scrambles or done the bullion stitch but after reading your blog I think I'll give it a try.ReplyDelete