We had our first snow today so naturally, I’m thinking about spring! It can’t be helped. It’s 13 degrees outside as I type this entry. Brrrrr…
This perfect little waterfall vest is designed by Katie Clary of Salty Pearl Crochet. There is minimal shaping so this is going to be perfect for a first garment but the stitch pattern is interesting enough that it will keep the attention of the more experienced crocheters as well.
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When I look at this vest, it really gives the appearance of having been purchased at a fancy specialty shop. It’s such a perfect accessory.
Katie has used Premier Cotton Fair which is a blend of cotton and acrylic. It’s incredibly soft and light, giving such gorgeous drape and flowing lace.
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I’ll be giving away one aluminum crochet hook set with a beautifully hand-crafted crochet hook case (as shown).
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