I particularly love the 3D patterns on this japanese book ! Bon crochet, bon week end ! :)
Your crocheted blanket is nicer, colours picked with a feeling for them.
To Bohemian girl: thank you...it's true, everytime I work on it the choice of colours change, following my mood!
they remind me a bit of my seventies crochingbooks of Phildar, do you remember that pompom cover? Can't see exactly how nr5 was made, very cute:)i'm drowning in my infinished stuff, good luck with the cover, it's really looking good!!
woow, these japanese crochet cushions are so pretty!! I am not good at knitting. I wish I had skills... ps. Thank you so much for your kind comment on my blog. Wish you a very Happy 2010!
wow, the japanese book projects look really intriguing! I'm the same, half-finished projects all over the place x
Oh! It took me a while to find this. I remember seeing this a long time ago. I always have wanted to do something like this but I found it terrible hard. I actually bought a book and explain how to do it very well, and I started to practise. I will come out with something before autumn, I hope. :D Lovely colours. Is that a scarf or the beginning of a blanket?
To Lorena:No es dificil.You only need to count, I mean, to make the right lenght. On utube there are also plenty of explanations, I often look there when I need to learn something (for example the socks)there some kind folks who put tutorials there.It's a blanket, but I need more wool.Very expensive blanket!chau
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