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Made with a tool that's a cross between a crochet hook and a knitting needle, Tunisian crochet adds great texture and beautiful color to Jennifer Hansen's versatile and stylish garment.
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|Style||Victorian / Steampunk, Romantic, Classic|
What materials did you use? I would be using the DK Cotton Tape Yarn. I was playing around with color, not sure how these would look in reality, but am leaning toward the Eagle Nebula inspired colors.
What are you most proud of? That I actually like some of the color combinations I came up with. Specifically the Eagle Nebula one. I just picked things I really love; autumn, lilacs, frogs, peacocks and beautiful sky stuff and went from there. It was easier and more fun than I anticipated. Now I'm having a hard time deciding what colors to go with! LOL
What advice would you give someone starting this project? All the palettes are using the Lucci Cotton Tape Yarn: Pretty as a Peacock: Cobalt, Teal, Wedgewood & Creme de Menthe Hydrangea: Wedgewood, French Blue, Mineral Green & Creme de Menthe Lilacs: Grey, Olive, Lilac & Eggplant Eagle Nebula: Teal, Gold, Chocolate & Beige Autumn Delight: Gallant Red, Rust, Olive & Chocolate Mossy Froggy: Gold, Olive, Mineral Green & Beige