TEXTURE

I like the way my square turned out using three different yarns: I used fine, medium and a worsted No.4 which is really chunky:05032013 003the yellow yarn is nice and soft and thicker than the reds and blues, then the navy blue is the chunky yarn05032013 002, the photograph is not one of my best, sunlight is really the best light. There is a definite 3D effect about it, it is not “perfectly” flat, and I like that, the out of the norm look.

05032013 00105032013 001This is the progress so far, it is looking like IΒ will pull this off.

What do you think?

I know I usually push myself. I think “out of the box” most of the times, Β that is the way I have always been. That is just me πŸ™‚

So the weekend is here again, and it is a brand new month. Time flies and it waits for no one….Are you learning new stitches? I am, because my goal is to become a Real Crochet Artist, I want to go to the next level….

Well enjoy your weekend, rest and have fun!!!!!

images from TreeHugger

 

 

Comments

  1. I love it and am jealous of this talent you have!

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  2. It looks lovely and cheerful. Knowing you I am sure you will ‘pull it off’!

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  3. It’s looking great! I like the way you took a fairly traditional afghan square design and updated it to create a fresh, contemporary look for the sofa.

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  4. The Progress on the Sofa is great. It is already looking beautiful.

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  5. What do you mean it is your goal? You are already an amazing real crochet artist. Xxx

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  6. Very nice square of yours colors blended nicely. The quiltlike couch is uniquely made. Be Blessed, Mtetar

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  7. Hello Daniella πŸ™‚ I love what you are doing with this couch. I can definitely see how mixing the yarn weights gives it texture. Great work! I love your ideas. Can’t wait to see the finished product.

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  8. Love that first couch….definitely a quilter’s approach!! Crochet on, my friend! Hugs…..

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