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Tunisian mitts

These mitts grew out of my experiment with Tunisian purl stitch. I made two rectangles and sewed them into mitts, leaving thumb holes.

Comparing the two, there was a definite improvement in tension and evenness in the second one. 105 more words


Happy Monday!

Everyone is so down about Mondays (I’m looking at you, Garfield). But today, I didn’t have a shift (even though the store is open this afternoon) and Tai Chi Man had a long weekend because of the public holiday. 286 more words


Tunisian cowl FO

The above photos were taken last night after I decided that the cowl/scarfy thing was long enough. After some discussion on the Tunisian crochet group that I joined on Ravelry, I realised that I’d been doing the left edge all wrong, so it was time to call that a lesson learned and move on. 276 more words


Cowl/scarf thing

This is my progress after a couple of days with my new Denise2Go interchangeable crochet hook (6mm) and the Loops & Threads Chameleon (worsted weight) in Rainbow. 323 more words


Project progress

Hello again,

In addition to the thirty-five samples required for Part 1 of the International Diploma in Crochet we have to make four full-size projects which showcase some of the skills learned in our samples. 360 more words



Well, I didn’t plan to write two blog posts in one day, but when I went outside to the mailbox today I found a parcel waiting for me. 218 more words


Premier Dream

Quick Facts

Premier Dream
Material: 100% Acrylic
Weight: 4/Worsted
Yardage: 224*

Final Verdict: 4/5
Aesthetics: 3.5/5
Difficulty: 4.5/5


Premier Dream is an inexpensive acrylic yarn that is both soft and sturdy. 365 more words