This is probably the only knitting item that I have completed within 1 week. 🙂
About 7 inches x 66 inches
About 4 sts=1″ in pattern stitch
Materials Size 6 Imperial (5 mm) needles
3 skeins of sport weight yarn
60% wool / 40% acrylic
Instructions: CO 36 sts.
Row 1: *K1, YO, k2tog; rep from *
Rep Row 1 until you are almost out of yarn.
BO and weave in the ends with tapestry needle.
Cut tassels measuring 3″ and tie at the ends of the scarf using crochet needle.
You can also Find it on Ravelry:
This was originally a spoon-stand, meant for my kitchen. But the sides were open grilles, through which the spoons kept sliding out. So I covered it up with paper and thread, and decorated it into a pen stand.
The shells are from the beaches of Pondicherry, and the flower center is an Kundan-work patch meant for a sari from a craft shop.
What you need for this: a plain coffee mug, a box of paints, and a bit of creativity!! 🙂
This table-cloth was given by my sis-in-law soon after i got married, and therefore has a special sentimentality attached to it 🙂
The crochet work gives a sense of delicacy, and the contrast with a dark coloured table only brings this effect out further.
This table cloth is my latest creation, and therefore the one to come onto this blog first :).
The designs here are from 2 different sources. The center piece and border are antique Central European, and the side flower is a simple design picked up from another site.