By Kitty Pippen
Obtained a fondness for unique materials? characteristic the materials of Japan, Polynesia, and Hawaii on your subsequent duvet! This gifted mother-daughter crew stocks their love of surprising materials in distinct designs.
• study the easiest how one can use appealing, daring materials in 9 step by step projects
• holiday the normal principles of layout via twiddling with asymmetry, area, and movement
• Get artistic through combining numerous textile kinds, from dependent kimono silks to colourful tropical prints.
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POCKETS Make 2. With A, ch 22. Work same as first 26 rows of scarf. Fasten off. 01 Co: CM0) Text black Job no:8009 Scn : #175 S Dept : DTP HookedScarves_32-63 29/05/2006 9:55 AM Page 35 Crocheted posies accent the pockets at the scarf ends. FLOWE R S Make 2 each in B, C, and D. Foundation rnd: Ch 4, join with Sl st to form a ring, work 10 sc in ring, join with Sl st in first sc. Rnd 1: * Ch 2, 3 dc in next st, ch 2, Sl st in next st, rep from * 4 times more (5 petals), fasten off. FINISHING 1. Using a tapestry needle and the loose ends from scarf ends, sew scarf pieces together at center (D forms a full color block).
Starting in second ch from hook, work 1 sc in each ch (17 sc), ch 1 (counts as sc now and throughout), turn. Row 1: Sl st in first st (do not sk 1), pick up lp in next st and in that lp ch 3, yo, and pull through both lps on hook (bobble made), * 1 sc in next st, pick up lp in next st and in that lp ch 3, yo, and through both lps on hook, rep from * across, 1 sc in last st (8 bobbles), ch 1, turn. Row 2: Sk first st, 1 sc in each of next 15 sts, 1 sc in top of tch, pull up B in last lp, ch 1 with B, turn.
Foundation row: Work [3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc] in same ch as dc cluster, ch 4, sk 7 ch, [1 dc, ch 4, 1 dc] in same ch as dcs, ch 4, sk 7 ch, [3 dc, ch 2, 3 dc] in same ch as dc cluster, sk 1 ch, 1 dc in same ch as dc. Rep rows 1–4 for 24" (61 cm) from beg, fasten off. FINISHING Weave in ends using tapestry needle. 75 oz (50 g)/88 yd (81 m): #15, 1 skein (B) Four unusual yarns combine for drama and flair. 75 oz (50 g)/85 yd (80 m): #15, 1 skein (C) color and texture, this simple scarf is a pleasure Bulky-weight eyelash yarn to crochet.