So, it’s a widely known secret that Noro looks wonderful in knit garments. But I was wondering – will it preserve its beauty when crocheted?. Continue reading
Noro requires no explanation, but simple admiration :) The whole process is filled with colors and waiting of “what’s next” ? This model is simple top down reglan, starting with 108 st and increasing to ididnotcount st on 2.5 mm needles. Add a few accents and the dress is ready to beatify.
I think I’m just gonna have a few more looks at it…
It’s been a long! But I’m back and here’s one of my latest projects – Tasty cardi :)
It got such a name, because every time my Little Prince gets dressed in it, he immediately starts eating either buttons or cuffs. Something must be really tasty in it :D
I guess it might be because of the softness of the Dolce Amore cotton! And it is so sad that the LYS that used to sell it won’t be doing it anymore… :( I loved this yarn, because of its softness, drapery fabric and beautiful colors. And it has absolutely no stiffness, which you can sometimes feel with cotton.
It took one ball of each color to make this beauty. And I made some changes to the original pattern. Instead of simply binding off the stockinette (which usually results in rolling up…) I finished cuffs and neck and bottom with i-cord bind of. It looks nice, delicate and stays put :D
We wish You all tasty knits!
Lately I’ve been drawn to crocheting instead of knitting. Looks like hook is better for summer look :D Though (at least to my taste which isn’t an object for discussion), I haven’t seen much of nice and tasteful crocheted clothing, especially for adults. I think crocheting is better for making various kinds of accessories. Continue reading