In this case, we have yarn that does the color changing work for us. We still want to keep it simple so that the pattern isn’t competing with the yarn, but we don’t want to be bored either. I never got into the corner-to-corner craze that swept the crochet world not too long ago.
We don’t have a lot of control over the color changes unless we want to do a lot of yarn snipping and rearranging, but that defeats the purpose, doesn’t it? we don’t really want to make the same basic patterns over and over again, do we? At that time I was more captivated by increasingly complex patterns that kept me on my toes and involved lots of crazy stitches and color changes.
Learning they will be rooming in town until Kurt's car is fixed, Regina becomes bothered by the outsiders' presence.
While she excuses her to speak privately with Graham, Granny, the owner of the town's only bed and breakfast, arranges to have a guest room for them.
They take cover in their tent, and in the morning, Kurt's car is crushed by a tree trunk.
Taking supplies, they use a map to hike to the nearest highway, but before they can, Owen spots a town in the near distance.
This one with the colorway Pixie and I used all 3 cakes from the center pull, only cutting where I needed the color sequence to stay in order.
Self-striping yarns can lead to really fabulous or really tragic results when worked around as a border.If you’re looking for a more interactive Facebook experience, join the Polly Plum Pattern Posse Facebook group. One night, a man, Kurt, is camping in the woods with his son, Owen, when a massive and dangerous storm approaches.And, though I’m still not interested in the traditional block stitch associated with C2C, I can’t seem to resist the idea of working on the bias.(See my recent C2C moss stitch pattern.) I find especially exciting for self-striping yarns.