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Monday, December 13, 2010

yellow wool snow queen

more 3d now

comparing the two sizes of thread and yarnMaking a slight modification to the pattern instead of placing the sc around the treble crochet posts one row below as with row 4 going around post of the treble crochet on row three. Row four is going around treble crochet posts of row 2 and row 7 is going around the posts on line 5 and so on through out the pattern. I am hoping this will make the 3-D effect larger and more prominent and the fans more free to move.
Because I am using a much larger yarn I am also using a much larger hook; this should progress much faster.
more 3d
If I was doing this with the same size thread as the other three snow queens I am working, because the shells/fans overlap more it would actually take more time and more yarn to do it that way. However, it would be very lovely that way; I may still do it, but I might want to do that in size 30 thread instead.

Because this is yellow wool I just could not bring myself to call this the yellow snow queen shawl; just too many bad images there. ;0)

2 comments:

  1. How did you get down to the row below, to do the 3-d or popped effect, just slip stitch along the edge of the stitch or what.

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  2. instead of going around the back of the post on the 1 row below you do done to the one below that, no slip stitch st all

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