Crazed Hooker Hooks Again!
This crazy crochet moment seems to be lasting a lot longer than a moment. It's consuming my little brain, and not much knitting is getting done.
Look what I picked up on Saturday at Kinokuniya (wonderful Japanese bookstore):
These all have the stitches charted out, no written instruction, which is just as well since I don't read Japanese. I'm learning how to read these, and it's really easier than full written instructions. I can do back and forth now, and next is figuring out how to do motifs.
Here's a book with both knitting and crochet patterns. It's gorgeous.
Crochet projects: These are my current madness. Yep, I have 2 lap blankies in process, but I'm just showing you the scarves.
And one lone shawl (not counting the lace one in progress):
I have no plans on writing this up as I'm inventing as I knit, and for once I really just want to knit it, not keep track of what I'm doing.
Ria - I went to the one in Nyack. sometimes I go into the city, but not this time.
Vaughnde - You are so right! Crochet is wonderful. It is, however, much harder on my body and my eyes. Different muscles, plus I can knit without looking at what I'm doing unless it's cables or such. Crochet I have to constantly look. But still, those incredible fabrics that you can do in crochet!!!
itsJUSTme - You are so right. I get lost in all the directions in written-out patterns, knit as well as crochet.