My coworkers would all cheerfully point out that I am
addicted the cotton yarn. Invite me into a yarn shop, and I will gravitate to
the skeins of crisp, shiny cotton. And despite the 2 ½ bins of cotton yarn at
my house, I can always use more.
Excited by the prospect of showcasing both crochet and
jewelry, five of us gathered in the photo studio across the street, each
crocheted item, a beautiful piece of jewelry, and a single prop.
Kim Guzman has highlighted, in this innovative classic, one of the
greatest advantages of the crochet art form. You can work a crochet
stitch into any part of any previous stitch. This virtue can sometimes
make a crochet patterns appear more difficult than it really is. Join
me as I explore this faux cable's construction.
I imagine we have all been there. You sit down in a quaint coffee shop or bookstore, pull out your latest crochet project, and relax as the yarn slides through your fingers and the project forms before your eyes. But as you reach for your scissors to fasten off, you realize they are in another bag or sitting on your counter back home. This is the situation that recently befell me.