This season-spanning top is deceptively easy to crochet. Worked side-to-side in one piece, the openwork stitch allows the yarn to go a long way while showing up the colors to perfection. Most importantly, the long color changes in Noro yarn mean there are only a couple of ends to weave in. You can get gauge in either the lighter weight Kureyon Sock, or the slightly heavier weight Silk Garden Sock.
5 clusters and 8 1/2 rows = 4" in pattern stitch.
Edie is a prolific fiber artist and writer who enjoys knitting and crocheting as well as sharing her knowledge with others. She is the author of seven books and had her articles and designs published in Interweave Crochet, Knitters and Knit 'N Style. Edie loves to meet fiber folks from all over the country and see cartoon lightbulbs go off over her students' heads!