Sunday, 17 November 2013

Crossed doubles [learning left hand crochet]

This is my lesson on the stitch pattern described as crossed doubles in Crochet Stitches book.


Even though,I manged to figure this the pattern without pulling my hair too much :), I did not get the foundation stitches correct, so I had problems at the end of the row.


this one is a bit better than the previous attempt.


I think this pattern will work nicely for a scarf or on dishcloth.


Also, couple more Petal Squares; these ones finally turned out alright. Yay !! for the left hander :)


I have been spending more time learning crochet these days and less time on other needlework projects I have started.  As, I browse through the book, I see that there is so much I do not know and wants to keep on going ................

Thank you for taking your time to stop by,

xxx,
Gaia




5 comments:

  1. hi, Gaia! Your artistic endeavors are so nice, thumbs up for learning left handed crocheting - it is coming along very well!
    have a nice day!

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  2. your crochet is progressing well, wow you are even using 2 colours now, well done

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  3. These look great ... especially the last two squares, so neatly done. I was the same way with knitting. I'd try one type of stitch, but I'd see so many other things I wanted to try too. I guess that's what we all need when learning a new craft though ... the desire to continue with the creating. Have a great week Gaia! Wendy x

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    1. Thank you Wendy, I know, every time I turn a page in the book there is something I would like to try. Then I imagine all sorts of projects I can do with that. Hope the enthusiasm will continue.

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  4. You're really progressing Gaia. The 2nd try at the crossed doubles looks really good and the petal squares look super.

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