InstructionsThere is no written pattern but here are the general directions. I was practicing crochet by making a granny square. I picked up one side in knit and knit mostly garter and simple yarnover patterns with a little colorwork thrown in. Yarns were switched around at random. It can be worn with the triangle in front or on the side to show off the knit or crochet section. It's a good way to use up ...
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Type of item: Clothing
Cotton yarns left over from other projects and glass beads. Piece was worked with U.S. 10 needles. Crystal Palace Cotton Flamme 100% mercerized cotton 108 yds/50gm/1.75 oz Needles 6-7
What was your inspiration?
I like simple shapes with unusual details and wondered if a granny square would be turned into something fashionable and fun without the usual "stiffness" found in a lot of crochet patterns.
What are you most proud of?
The entire piece was designed "on the needles" with no preconceived notion as to what the final result would be. This helped promote creativity.
What advice would you give someone starting this project?
Don't be afraid. It's only knitting (or crochet). Have fun with your projects.