My photo today is not exactly a 'normal' scrumble, but it is freeform crochet.
I started by using a fairly thick synthetic (nylon?) macramé cord to create the central spiral, then extended it by adding other stitches using fine mercerised cottons and glittery threads.
The macramé cord was also used to needle-wrap some of the bars that hold the central crocheted piece in place, and also for finger wrapping around the recycled embroidery hoop into which the crochet has been suspended.
To complete the piece I added 3 lengths of i-cord...and some large crystal pendants (only one of which is obvious in the photo, but there are others at the end of each the 'dangles').
This piece was created last year, for an exhibit titled 'Dare to Dream'.
Let me know if you ever decide to make your own freeform dreamcatcher. Would love to see photos! :-)
Sunday, October 22, 2017
not exactly a scrumble...
Posted by Prudence Mapstone at 4:14 PM
Labels: crochet, crochet display, dream catcher, freeform crochet, prudence mapstone, scrumble, spiral, textile art
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