01 September 2007

at sea

What to do when your afghan panels are reversible, but your seaming technique is not?Here are the backs of the crochet stitches I used to assemble the afghan. Not even uneven in a charming way, I think.

Here's the "right side" of the afghan.

And here is the "wrong side" redeemed by a line of crochet stitches worked into those little dashes in the top photo. I'm sure experienced crocheters have been doing this since time immemorial, but I felt the joy of "unventing" it for this project. Below you see both faces of each of the five panels. The openwork patterns all came from Lesley Stanfield's The New Knitting Stitch Library.











Comments:
soothing, calming blue waves. la couverture dansante!! j'aime...
 
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