Wednesday, March 2, 2011

2010 Crochet Liberation Front "Flamie" Awards

And the nominees are.... Check it out here for the full list, on the CLF blog.

Thank you everyone, I was nominated for Best Crochet Designer (Accessories).

A few of my 2010 Accessories designs were:

 Tara's Tunisian Scarf in Interweave Crochet Accessories issue
Mobius Cowl in Inside Crochet Magazine

 Lake House Hat and Scarf Set for Stitch Nation yarn
 Earflap hat for Coats & Clark
 Ammonite Scarf for Inside Crochet
 Carolyn's Cabled Purse for Interweave Crochet Accessories issue.
Blossom Trio for Interweave Crochet, Spring 2010
 Whisper Wrap Shawl
Striped Shoulder Bag for Knit n' Style magazine, June 2010.

4 comments:

Sandy said...

Love the green scarf, would be nice even in warmer climates with the open stitching.

faeryfay said...

Congrats! You are so talented!

persia lou said...

Congratulations!!

I've lurked on your blog for a while now. :) The Ammonite Scarf is gorgeous!

SusanWilcox said...

Hi Ellen--I love Tara's Tunisian scarf design in Crochet Accessories, but have a problem with the Row 2 forward pick up--since it is a decrease row, I don't get 14 loops, but more like 7 or 8, depending upon how you count. From the photo, it looks as though there would be 14 lps if it were crossed stitch--eg skip one bar, pick up and then go back and pick up. The gauge doesn't work out, even with a 6.0mm hook. I've made a couple of garments in Tunisian (remember the old Exciting Crochet from the UK?) and a number of items with double-ended crochet hooks, so I am not new to the technique. I just can't figure out what is meant by the instructions in Row 2--please let me know what I am missing.
Love the pet photos. I spin pet hair, and am always seeking more dog breeds for my collection of samples. It is great for trimming hats. My business name is Furry Friends Fibreworks. Cheers Susan