Well, I’m a crochet tutor! So the first thing I saw when I looked at this shed snakeskin was a beautiful lacy crochet pattern. Don’t know quite how it would turn out or what I might use it for. Maybe give this a try out sometime and see if it can be made into a working pattern. Probably would need a more delicate name than Boa’s Belly Stitch though!
I really like this idea – creating just for the fun of it.
Who knows where it might lead 🙂
Here are some of my works for sale at Hallgreen Castle, Inverbervie, NEOS venue 130.
Crochet wallhangings made from reclaimed materials:- fabrics, yarns and other elements. Displayed on yarnbombed driftwood. £40.
That was a wonderful weekend, sun was shining, and people were out and about. The atmosphere at Trafalgar house was lovely and relaxed. Fellow Artists Liz Petrie, Jilly Henderson, Neil Paterson, Karen Elliot, Maralyn Reid-Wood were delightful company. Thanks to everyone for your generosity. I also came away from the weekend with a new family member who now eats and sleeps for Scotland and is a right loving fur baby! I have named him Happy, cos he is!
Next exhibition NEOS on 10-18 September