Finally! I can show you the Tunisian Multi-Garment I completed as a result of my very first Craftsy Class, Jennifer Hansen’s “Tunisian Crochet: Revolutions in Color and Style”.
I started this little jewel in May, and finished the first rectangular panel just a few short weeks later in June. And then I stopped….
I finally picked it up again in August. And in a few short weeks, I finished the second panel. I was pretty prompt in blocking, but then I started working with the lacing. How did I want to lace these two panels? There are a ton of options. A shoe lace edging borders the each side of each panel. I would lace it, and then unlace it…lace it and then unlace it…lace it and then unlace it….You get the picture.
Finally I stopped with the lacing, and just took the pictures. It’s beautiful. I went with a simple poncho. Very cute with jeans!
Jennifer Hansen has such an amazing mastery of drape when she’s designing. If you haven’t, you should check out her website at Stitch Diva Studios. I love her style sensibility. (So hoping she does another Craftsy class on Broomstick lace…)
Now onto my next class! Maybe it’s finally time for one or two in photography? Cuz what I’m wondering right now is, what’s up with the grey foamy on that hanger? Who leaves that in a picture? Oh well…one should embrace one’s opportunities 🙂 Have a great weekend, y’all!
8 thoughts on “Tunisian Ta-Da! Redux”
I love the colors!!
I’m not really into crocheted garments but that is truely gorgeous. If it were mine I think I would never take it off 😉
That is beautiful!
A beautiful piece! This would’ve taken me ages to do had it been me.
That is so beautiful. Colors are very complimentary.
Lovely work. If you hadn’t mentioned the foamy, I would never have noticed 😉 Avis x
Amazing! I agree with Oh Sew. No worries with the foamy! Great garment. 🙂