“Crochet So Lovely” is by Kristin Omdahl and was published in 2014 by Interweave Publishing. I have followed Kristin for years. She makes the most extraordinary lace projects. Just beautiful!
The book consists of 135 pages and includes 21 projects.
I was able to pick my three favorite projects in the book and you will see how incredible.
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This Trapeze Tank is gorgeous in this beautiful ocean aqua colorway. It’s made in an extraordinary 100% silk yarn from Alchemy Yarns of Transformation. I’ve seen hanks of it, but this is the first time I’ve seen a finished project. 100% silk! It’s so wonderful. My favorite part is that flowing handkerchief hem.
The Simply Sparkly Tank is made in three different yarns from Stacy Charles. I love the classic lines of this tank. The beautiful hip shaping is so figure flattering.
The Rosetta Wrap Sweater is a gorgeous laceweight design that’s perfect for light layering. I wear tank tops often, but sometimes I would like a little extra and this is just perfect for me.
If you can’t wait for the drawing, the book is also available on Amazon below.
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