OMG! Two crochet posts in one day. The world is coming to an end…
I helped the Inner City Knitters Guild people run some learn to knit workshops in libraries in the west this morning, and at one of the libraries, a whole pile of squares had been donated. One of the squares had a really interesting construction, and now I am on the hunt for a pattern, or instructions, as I can’t quite get my head around how it was done, and I’d really like to have a crack at it.
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Sorry. I can crochet but I cant figure that one out. When you find someone who can help you, please let us all know.
PS Knitters Guild BM is on this afternoon and we have some good crocheters!
I think it’s done diagonally.
There is a free pattern on ravelry for something that could be similar, but really I’m guessing because all the pics of it on ravelry are atrocious.
Thanks Ailsa, I think you are right 🙂
Anyone up for a crochet party at mine next sat? Or somewhere else? Andrea – I’d love to take you up on your offer!
Ooh, I have to give that a try. If I can figure it out I will try to post a how-to.
OOH! I worked it out. How clever am I? I will try and post photos or a video tomorrow. It’s too dark for my wussy camera right now.
My mother and grandmother used to make pencil cases out of this stitch! I am going to try to remember it tomorrow and will let you know if I succeed.
Cecelia, I’d love to see what you come up with. And your parcel arrived! It is currently warming my shoulders, I love it so much. Thank you. Blog post to come 🙂
Looks like a basket weave pattern and yep, worked diagonally.
Must go try to work this one out for myself!
I’m pretty sure I could do that. Wow, I haven’t done any crotcheting for a long time but you don’t forget how.
OK, this drove me a bit crazy but I found a ‘how to’ as I want to know too. http://www.mielkesfarm.com/diagonal_hotpad.htm
Good destructions here with pictures, yay!