a peek into a life full of knots...
That's where I found it. I still love this stitch and am making a scarf with Deborah Norville sock yarn in Indigo. It's looking quite pretty so far.
It's great - that's how I found you :D
That's how I found you!! congratulations! Your explanation of the stitch is brilliant! I can't wait to try it with some Noro sock yarn!
I just discovered your blog and this stitch!! My girlfriend (who is much more talented in crochet - I've only been doing it for a few years) we are getting together to try this!! Thanks, I love it!! I really want to try something new, it's a bit lofty, but thank you for your tutorials!! Noelle
I found your blog on Pintrest!!! I agree with your post completely! And I honestly think it was re-pinned over 100 times! Congrats and thanks!!!
I found you on Pintrest too... you're awesome! Thank you so much for posting this. I followed this stitch and the afghan stitch video you posted. You're a great teacher!
I am in awe of your ninja like crochet ability!!! I also like to just figure things out because I am not about to pay someone for the instructions for one stitch. You are a crochet queen!! I am going to link to this site on my blog, if you don't mind.
Thanks a lot for the demo. I have seen this stitch on a hat and wondered how to do it. Now I know - thanks to you.
Love the stitch, can't wait to try it. Using sock yarn sounds like it might be delicate and pretty. Also, can't agree more, why charge $$$ for sharing a pattern. Charge for the product once it's done..important to share as artists.
I have been searching for a new stitch FOREVER! This one I can even do with the 2 year old running around without messing up! I am going for a blanket in the stitch! So happy you decided to put it out there. THANK YOU
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