Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Persephone the Pig and Red Riding Hood

Only two days to Fibre East so I havn't really got time for this but I couldn't resist. First this is a lovely pattern designed by Vicky so I thought it would be a good idea to have an example so people could see what they could make with the pattern.












 But having made this one I thought we are trying to sell tubes of yarn like these:
So here is what you can make if you combine the pattern
with the yarn tube!





















It is a good job that I did do this because I have just noticed that I havn't given him a mouth imagine a pig that can't eat!
He took less than half a tube of Yarn Candy so you could make two from one tube - bargain I say.









The point of what we are doing is to encourage and demonstrate free-form crochet so here is a reminder of what is possible when an artist gets really proficient at crochet.(I should say that the photograph doesn't quite do justice to the colours)


Vicky did this with a plan to make more fairy tales - sadly she has not had time yet to make more.
Can you spot the big bad wolf?
Wish us luck for this weekend
Lynn

8 comments:

  1. Wishing you every success at Fibre East both. The little piggy is just adorable.
    I am truly in awe of little red riding hood (I did spot the wolf), so much skill and imagination-just wow.
    Post soon and let us know how you got on-good luck ladies, you deserve many sales.

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    1. Thank you so much. I am a very proud mum she is a very talented lady. Will let you all know how things go

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    1. Thank you very much I think it is beautiful too

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  3. Hi, I love your craft, is beauty, I love a colors, I follow your blog, hugs from Brazil.
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    1. I am going to look at your blog now and thank you for your kind comments.

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  4. Wow!
    Love Persephone = such an amazing way to demonstrate your yarn candy tubes....
    The freeform fairy tale is fabulous!! As such beauties take time its understandable there's only one so far.....plenty of subject matter to develop!
    Keep up the fab free-form promotion - inspiration for all us yarn lovers!
    Ali x

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  5. more free form pattern freebies to come

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