“This is story about control…
Someone To Call My Lover by Janet Jackson.
As I approach mental block, I improvised a matching hat for Baby, You’re Mine. The designer of Ophrys cowl, on which Baby, You’re Mine is based, showed a matching hat on her blog. One look and I knew it was another gather-top; not a fan.
I didn’t know how to pass the crown increases with the Glover Stitch, so I used single crochet. Unfortunately, I made my crown smaller than I had aimed. Oh well, they are going to charity and there’s no guarantee they’ll stay together.
Caron Simply Soft
Color: Ocean; Content: 100% Acrylic; Weight: 4, Aran
Color: Truly Turquoise**; Content: Acrylic***; Weight: 4, Worsted****
Done! These yarns have been exhausted.
* Based on Hooker Leo yarn experience ** Assigned by Hooker Leo *** Presumed by Hooker Leo **** Estimated by Hooker Leo
Got ‘Til It’s Gone by Janet Jackson
Ha ha! I just realized this name is appropriate for many of my projects. However, it is most poignant for this project, as I actually crocheted until I ran out of yarn.
Dimensions: 54 x 4 inches
I’m a big fan of the colors in this yarn. I believe the alternating post treble crochets create a richly dense and squishy fabric.
Bernat Baby Jacquards Florals
Color: 06700 Orange Blossom
Content: 90% Acrylic, 10% Nylon
Weight: 3 – Light, DK
The biggest surprise to me about this yarn was the softness and the ease working the turning chain, properly: through the top. The additional colors are supposed to present as – what looks to me – grape bunches; would’ve been nice, but not expected with improvised pattern, and unconcerned.
This scarf represents one skein; I only wish I had another, as I am used to longer scarves. Had I known, I would’ve doubled the width to make a cowl instead.
As suspected, my ribs started curling on the sides, making me miss stitches. I solved this with a crochet back-loop edge.
On da Hook: 2018.09.16
Off da Hook: 2018.09.17