After finishing the main part of my crochet Pom Pom blanket using a wavy stitch, I was undecided on what to do for the border. I had a few ideas in mind ranging from a basic dc stitch around in different coloured rows, a fan effect around using trebles, or waves around. However after seeing… Continue reading Despite using a snappy stitch, progress around the border has been slow, but I’ve finally finished it!
I was very excited when my new batch of Pom Pom wool arrived after my flow of crocheting waves upon waves was rudely disturbed after running out of it! My excitement was subdued slightly by the prospect of balling the skeins but after a dramatic battle of winding against a barrage of Pom poms my… Continue reading I think my vision is starting to become wavy after all these rows!
I've been cracking on with my crochet wavy blanket (with its brilliant Pom poms!) and am about a third of the way there, I had just finished a ball of Pom Pom wool and reached down to get my next when I suddenly realised there was no more wool left!!! Panic ensued as I searched… Continue reading It was all going so well, too well!….
The idea for a crochet blanket happened when I saw some wool in a shop with Pom poms attached - Designer Yarns jester wool in baby mint (colour 6). I liked it to much I bought a load of it with the idea of making a blanket. However I couldn't quite decide on what pattern… Continue reading Waves upon waves..with a couple of Pom poms thrown in for good measure!