Ruffled Waters Shawl – Free Pattern – Part 3 (Last part)

I started this shawl as an experiment to design my first triangle shawl. I just let myself make what felt right and this is what I ended up with! It … Read MoreRuffled Waters Shawl – Free Pattern – Part 3 (Last part)

Ruffled Waters Shawl – Free Pattern – Part 2

I started this shawl as an experiment to design my first triangle shawl. I just let myself make what felt right and this is what I ended up with! It … Read MoreRuffled Waters Shawl – Free Pattern – Part 2

Ruffled Waters Shawl – Free Pattern – Edging

To make an edge for the Ruffled Waters Shawl, you will have to choose one of the following methods based on what kind of yarn you used to make your … Read MoreRuffled Waters Shawl – Free Pattern – Edging

Ruffled Waters Shawl – Free Pattern – Part 1

I started this shawl as an experiment to design my first triangle shawl. I just let myself make what felt right and this is what I ended up with! It … Read MoreRuffled Waters Shawl – Free Pattern – Part 1

Ruffled Waters Shawl – Free pattern!

If you have been following my blog, you must know that I have been experimenting with Tunisian crochet a lot lately. I had bought a beautiful Scheepjes Ombré Whirl (Turquoise … Read MoreRuffled Waters Shawl – Free pattern!

Tunisian crochet tutorial – Working in a round with 2 colors

This Tunisian crochet tutorial will explain how you can work with two colors in a round. For the purpose of this tutorial, I picked the Tunisian Rib Stitch in which … Read MoreTunisian crochet tutorial – Working in a round with 2 colors

Tunisian crochet tutorial – Changing color at the beginning of the reverse pass

Color changes can get a little tricky and changing color at the beginning of a reverse pass was proving to be quite a challenge for me. No matter what I … Read MoreTunisian crochet tutorial – Changing color at the beginning of the reverse pass

Tunisian crochet tutorial – Shaping fabric using the Tunisian full stitch

The Tunisian Full Stitch is a very interesting stitch because it has a natural bias since it is made in between two stitches of the previous row. Not only does … Read MoreTunisian crochet tutorial – Shaping fabric using the Tunisian full stitch

Tunisian crochet tutorial – Tunisian full stitch

Here’s another stitch that I am very fond of. The Tunisian Full Stitch is extremely simple to make and can be used to build bulky fabrics such as blankets or … Read MoreTunisian crochet tutorial – Tunisian full stitch