From an Italian blog Daniela Cerri this free form crochet room divider/screen. Wow lots of work done in that ! From what I can gather from the translation (I don’t read Italian) the author did it herself. KUDOS for the work.
Done by Australian artist Guy Whitby. It can be found on his Facebook page here, along with some other fantastic graphic art he has created. Hopefully the Olympic Committee won’t get their tails in a bunch over it 😉 Beautiful work Guy! Guy is also the author of the Granny Square Art – The Great Wave which I previously blogged about. In fact he has a whole section of Granny Square art on his Facebook page which you should check out. You can find it here.
I thought I would share how I make a basic hexagon granny block…in this case, this pattern is done in baby yarn and can be used in a wide variety of colors to make a nice baby afghan.
This was taught to me eons ago by a wise crochet sage 😉 who was like a mentor to me and straightened me out in a lot of areas regarding my techniques. So while the pattern is no doubt not original at all, I have not seen it written down anywhere in so many rounds as to make an afghan/blanket block this size in baby yarn. (6 to 6 1/2 in) . I have had to scramble through my crazy notes to make a pattern that makes sense…so if you see any errors please let me know !
The_Great_Wave_off_Kanagawa-Art-47×32 – I saw this mentioned on Facebook and some people discussing it. This picture is made up entirely of granny squares. The question is ……Is it real or computer generated? What do you think? Either way, its a very cool concept !