Okay, so this one is knitting, but I can’t do this blog without including it. lol
Crochet has certainly brightened up my life and I hope that this round up has at least brightened your day 🙂
To create the Love is in the Air Wedding Veil and Glove/Wristlets, you will need an F hook, a tapestry needle for weaving in ends, scissors for cutting the yarn, a measuring tape to check gauge and a 3 inch metal or plastic comb commonly used for wedding veils (found easily and for very cheap online or at craft stores). The preferred yarn used in this project is Loops & Threads Woolike. It is a superfine or size 1 thread, but it has the feel and look of regular wool yarn.
The crochet along starts January 15th, but it will be running until the end of February and maybe longer if need be!
Pattern will be released in three parts and there will be lots of help for beginners.
Joanne Salter is fairly new to the crochet scene, but she has wowed me with the elegant look of her designs! The stitch combinations and construction of her patterns are intuitive and original. She frequents the top of the Ravelry’s “hot now” list and I for one love her patterns. I am so honored that she has chosen to take part in the first OFFICIAL Articles of a Domestic Goddess Crochet Along!
She has graciously released her “A Twist of Spring” scarf to us in my crochet group for FREE! You MUST follow along with the crochet along as she will be releasing it into three parts. If you wish to purchase her beautiful patterns, you may do so here in Salter’s Stitches Ravelry Pattern Shop. The pattern is listed at £2.00 GBP or about $3.10 US.