I ordered wool and now I’m waiting and checking every day for it’s arrival. I don’t want to start a new project but I’m waiting … so of course I did. But not a knitting project because that would really throw my project schedule off and we can’t have that.
It’s Tunisian Crochet which is amazing because it seems to me to be a hybrid between knitting and crochet.
Doesn’t this look somewhat familiar? Stitches on a needle or ahem, a hook?
I dove into my odd ball box and pulled out all the fingering weight bits of yarn. I found I could divide some of it into coloured and darker shades. I don’t think this is enough to finish but it’s enough to get started.
This wrap is a parallelogram which is intriguing and using a hook has been challenging. I found I had to loosen up quite a lot to work comfortably. That’s a good thing. I started with the larger balls just to get myself situated and familiar with the instructions. I can’t wait until the colour changes start. This is going to take a while. But I have a while since I’m still waiting …
Have you tried tunisian crochet? I am really enjoying this.
Any Gauge and Gauge-Free knitting patterns by Deb