Thursday, March 13, 2008

Tunisian Lace Ascot Revealed!

The Preview of Interweave Crochet's Spring issue is up!

Made of Louet MerLin (a merino, linen blend) this gorgeous yarn softens dramatically under a little steam blocking. Light and lustrous, this scarf is fun. It's Tunisian! and I have photos of the process if you want to see them!

also, see gorgeous designs by Lisa Naskrent of Crochet Garden , Tammy Hildebrand, Jill Hanratty, Doris Chan, Lily Chin, Kathy Merrick and many more! Wow, to be included with such company is truly humbling!

2 comments:

Haley said...

Please post about the process!! I love these short scarves - they are so warm for those of us who hate a bulky mess under our jackets! I learned tunisian a few years ago and have wanted a reason to try it again! Now I can't wait for my copy of Interweave to arrive!!! Congrats on being in great company - you shouldn't be humbled. You deserve it!!

Lisa said...

Ellen,

How pretty.

Thanks for taking time to put up links for sites and books, etc. I always find something new to look at here, both your stuff and all the links.

Is there a job that would pay me to look at crochet online? :)