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With such a celebrity designer name like Margaret Hubert, you may have already seen this stunner a few years back on the cover of an issue of Crochet! magazine.
This one was indeed designed by Margaret and the beautiful flowers are a spot on giveaway that it’s one of hers.
Note the use of Noro Kureyon here. She was using self-striping yarn before self-striping yarn was cool. 🙂
Margaret is forever spotting awesome trends. Way back in 2006, she wrote about Tunisian entrelac on her blog and even had a few designs for sale in the technique.
This was WAY before we started seeing entrelac in every crochet publication across the US.
It’s no secret that I love Margaret to absolute pieces. I could just pick her up and squeeze her, if I wasn’t afraid of breaking her.
She is a sheer delight to be around. I even melt when I hear her sweet little voice. She is just a cutie pie beyond measure.
Her work spans decades and I have this book from Margaret in my library from the late 70s. You see what I mean? One piece sweaters are all the rage now, but Margaret published a book on it in the 70s.
Here is a photo of Margaret and I from about six years ago.
Now, with that all said, Margaret is a fantastic designer and I suggest you pick up her work whenever you can!
You can pick up your PDF download of the Fantasy in Color Jacket HERE, graciously provided by the good folks at Annie’s (formerly Annie’s Attic).
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