Crochet

Crochet shawl made of my grandmother's yarn

The end of last year I was experimenting with rayon (viscose) from the legacy of my grandmother. The yarn is possibly 75 years old. (See historical research yarn and start of shawl).

I crocheted a big shawl which was finished around Christmas last year. I didn't have the opportunity to take photos of it, but last month a made the time for it, with the help of a friend. Here are a few pictures of my shawl. 

The pattern is of Cascade Yarns, but I made the top edge and the fringe differently. Also, because my yarn was so much thinner than the one in the pattern, the pattern turns out much finer.
http://www.cascadeyarns.com/patter…/DK234_UltraPimaShawl.pdf



Crochet shawl, made by Atelier YT

Crochet shawl, made by Atelier YT
Crochet shawl, made by Atelier YT
Crochet shawl, made by Atelier YT
Crochet shawl, made by Atelier YT
Crochet shawl, made by Atelier YT


Infinity scarf

End of September I crocheted this warm long scarf. Just in time, because winter seemed to reach our country suddenly last week.

This long scarf has three buttons on one end, so you can make an infinity scarf. But the buttons fit anywhere in the scarf, so that it can be worn in many different ways, such as a cardigan. It is very soft and very warm, wonderful!

Yarn: Artesano superchuncky, 50% alpaca, 50% Peruvian mountain wool.
Crocheted in the linen stitch, in three colors, with hook 15mm.


Crocheted scarf, double folded and fixed with buttons.
Crocheted scarf, double folded and fixed with buttons.
Crocheted scarf,nice and warm!
Crocheted scarf, worn as a cardigan.
Crocheted scarf, worn as a cardigan.
Crocheted scarf, loosely worn around the shoulders.








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