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While bopping around the internet, looking for fabulous crochet for you, I found this project from Jennifer Dickerson of Fiber Flux.
Of course, you already know how much I enjoy Fiber Flux and this new project exemplifies the reasons I love her work so much.
Jennifer has used a new-to-me yarn called Tatamy Tweed DK from Kraemer yarns. I have a special fondness in my heart for tweeds and this one comes in a generous FORTY different colors!
With just one ball of this fantastic tweedy yarn, you will get an amazingly stylish accessory.
This project is so easy that you won’t believe you can create something this stylish with such an easy stitch pattern. Seriously, give it a quick read.
I’ve used this stitch pattern before and it never fails to impress. You will want to grab some yarn and a hook just to see if it works as easy as it reads!
This is a project where you can pick up just one ball of this fabulous Kraemer yarn and use a super simple stitch pattern to make something like this because the yarn is doing most of the work for you.
When you start off with a great yarn, you can work with an easy stitch pattern with obviously wonderful results.
If you don’t read patterns, Jennifer has a video for you!
Go ahead. Give it a quick try. You won’t be sorry.
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