Roman Tiles for the Scheepjes Stone Washed/River Washed Colour Pack Here it is: the Roman Tiles pattern, that I designed especially for the Scheepjes Stone Washed/River Washed Colour Pack.. It is made using the interwoven crochet technique it the round, and the blocks are joined right away with the join-as-you-go method. If you click on the picture next to this, you will see the backside of the blanket. It is not a very large pattern, but the beauty is in the use of the gorgeous colors of the yarn. You will make 54 ‘solid’ blocks, and extra blocks on each side with the leftovers ofRead More →

The HAL CAL 2018 on repeat, now in mosaic crochet Yep, you’re reading this correctly! I will do the HAL CAL of 2018 again. I hope the fans of interwoven crochet will not be too disappointed, because this is not a new design, but because it is for many of us a difficult and even hard time, and there are also people that find interwoven crochet difficult to do, I decided to do this. A couple of months ago I added more functionality to my software, so that I can create mosaic crochet pattern charts and descriptions from my interwoven crochet designs. I was planningRead More →

Interwoven crochet in the round Have you already done interwoven crochet, but would you want to get the effect of this picture? This is possible, without complicated color changes! You can do this by doing interwoven crochet that is done in the round. I have made a quite elaborate tutorial here on the website, with lots and lots of pictures, drawings and a lot of explaining. I do the tutorial using the pattern shown on top of this blog. The pattern of Starburst will be published later, so please have a little bit more patience for that. I have 3 videos that go along withRead More →

Pages of this tutorial I splitted the tutorial up in several pages. Introduction and first join: click here to go to that page Next join: click here to go to that page Last join: that’s this page Third join Click on the pictures to see them full size. With the fourth piece you have to make 2 joins. Start with the first part of the join as you did it with the other borders. Here the dc just before the corner is made and the loop is pulled through for the in between chain. Here the last dc at the front is made at theRead More →

Pages of this tutorial I splitted the tutorial up in several pages. Introduction and first join: click here to go to that page Next join: that’s this page Last join: click here to go to that page Second join Click on the picture to see them full size. We will now join the third block. You first start with making the first part of the border (in the picture at the right in yellow), and you make the first 2 chains for the corner. Pull the loop throught the corner of the second piece, just like with the first join. Finish this corner by makingRead More →