I usually take care NOT to felt my Tunisian crochet projects. Most of the time, I hand wash my wool items. Yet felting is not a bad thing to avoid at all cost. It can turn a project into something really nice. I have made a small felting experiment with one of my latest Tunisian crochet beanie patterns, Décagone. And in this article I’m sharing with you all the details about it.Continue reading
The year 2019 is nearing its end. December is a good time to look back at what has been done since last January. So here is my little retrospective of all Tunisian crochet projects I have made.
Each month I publish an article to present a designer who creates Tunisian crochet patterns. The format is always the same: 20 questions to find out more about designers and their work. If you want to read these articles, check the category Designers.
This time it will be slightly different. I’m sharing with you the Tunisian crochet projects I have made in 2019 based on patterns that are not mine. I create my own designs and publish my own patterns, but I also enjoy making projects based on other designers’ patterns.
Click on the links or photos in the article below to find out more about these patterns.
They are available in English on Ravelry.
Today I published my pattern Vaillance on Ravelry. It’s a seamless shrug made in Tunisian crochet. Actually, it is more a shoulder-warmer than a shrug. Indeed, this garment is not meant to cover the front part of the bust. The pattern is available in 5 sizes: XS, S, M, L and XL.
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A new pattern is available in my Ravelry patterns page: Vent du nord (Northern wind). It is a triangular shawl with a lace motif made in Tunisian crochet.
If you have subscribed to my newsletter, check your email inbox. You’ll find a message from me with a discount code valid for a few days on my new shawl.Continue reading
On the first Tuesday of each month, I publish the answers to the 20 questions I ask designers who publish Tunisian crochet patterns. This month, I am proud to share with you the words from Elena Fedotova, a fascinating and creative designer. She publishes crochet and Tunisian crochet patterns.
Along with this article, Lena offers a 20% discount on all her Tunisian crochet patterns! Find them in her Ravelry shop and use the code JOY to get the discount. This code is valid until end of November 2019. Don’t postpone it to later!
In addition, Lena shares her instructions to make a Tunisian crochet shell motif.
Give it a try! Read the article, grab a hook (no need for a long Tunisian crochet hook), take some yarn and… share your project !
Who goes to the French yarn festival les journées de la laine à Felletin this year? This yarn festival takes place on the 25th, 26th and 27th of October 2019 in the city Felletin. I will go. It will be my third time. It is a chance to see beautiful yarns, creative projects but also to meet passionate people.
I’m launching a test for my latest pattern Vent du nord (Northern wind). It’s a triangular shawl made in Tunisian crochet lace. Interested? See details below.
Here are the answers that Arunima Goel gives to the 20 questions I ask Tunisian crochet designers each month. Find more about her creative work around Tunisian crochet.
This year again I will participate to the BW Fashion Design. It’s an event where Belgian creators present their work. It will take place in Waterloo on Saturday the 19th and Sunday the 20th of October.
This event is an opportunity for me to show my crochet projects: shawls mainly, but also tops and beanies. Unique handmade items, all made with natural fibers. Merino, silk, mohair, angora. Come and see my work. Come and meet me!
Designers, jewelers, leather makers, hat makers will also attend the event. Come and find out more about their work. All “made in Belgium”! More details on the Facebook page of the event BW Fashion Design. And don’t forget to like and share the event. We hope to see many visitors!
Where? Showroom Bella Vita, 36, Drève des Dix Mètres, 1410 Waterloo
When? Saturday the 19th and Sunday the 20th of October 2019
For these past weeks I have worked on a pattern for a Tunisian crochet shrug. I found it hard to find the right yarn that would best make my idea real. But I have come across the perfect yarn for it : Ulysse from De Rerum Natura. Taking notes and working out a pattern, that’s one thing. Publish a pattern in different sizes, that’s a completely different story. So, who wants to test this shrug to support me?