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I have always admired the work of Josi Hannon Madera. She is so precise and exact with her designing. She has the unique ability of designing real clothing for real people. And, I’m pretty certain that this extraordinary Spiderweb Skirt was the first design I saw by her.
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Just look at that twirling! It takes real skill to get such a beautiful photo!
Josi has graciously made the Spiderweb Skirt pattern available free on Ravelry HERE, but please do yourself a favor and check out her Ravelry designer page HERE because you will not be disappointed.
Here is a photo of the Spiderweb Skirt I made for my daughter. I wanted to use Red Heart Luster Sheen which is quite a bit smaller than the pattern but it turned out that no real changes were necessary to the pattern. I simply used a larger size and worked toward those instructions to make the size I needed for her.
At Josi’s Ravelry storeHERE, you will find more crochet beauty, like this Marlena Ribbed Sweater.
And, this amazing Raspberry Fizz Lace Cardigan HERE.
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