>Occasionally there are lace patterns that I am compelled to revisit. I can’t help not wanting to let go of a good thing, know what I’m saying? If you don’t recognize this stitch, it is the leafy part of the Chrysanthemum Tea Shawl, the design on the cover of my first book, Amazing Crochet Lace. I had always thought it would make a cute skirt. With a few minor adjustments, I did this in a couple of days, using a natural shade of Tahki Cotton Classic.
The redesign practically crocheted itself. But the patterning will take me a while in order to extrapolate a few more sizes. I hope to knock this out before I leave for 2008 CGOA Chain Link in Manchester next week. If you want to check back in a few days, you may find that I have auto-post the pattern extra details while I am away from my desk. Stay tuned!
>Oooooh, that is fantastic! The Chrysanthemum lace really looks beautiful as a skirt. Looking forward to the pattern! And have fun at Chain Link 🙂
>Oh, wow. Eagerly awaiting the pattern, as I am entirely in love with my CT Shawl. 🙂
>i am in love with this skirt is it posable to get this pattern please i will be waiting for your kindly reply thank you from Rokkey
>Really veru beautiful! All your work!