Co-Worker, Jessica Models the Kureyon Sock Shawlette
I always like a little crochet diversion while working on knit projects. I'm still working on my Kasbah Slipover and my Heartbeat Sweater. I was reading crochet designer, Amy O' Neill Houck's blog last week. She showed off a shawlette in Noro Kureyon sock yarn (of which I have a few skeins hanging around). Amy hasn't written the pattern yet, but I sort of figured it out by enlarging her photo. I used a basic "mile-a-minute" pattern to start and then just kept going back and forth in the granny fashion. After using two skeins of yarn, I crocheted a border design found in Doris Chan's "All Shawl." I like the results quite a bit. I see many of these shawlettes in my future!
Labels: yarny stuff