Monday, February 6, 2012

Crazy Chevron in progress

The ripple cushions are all crocheted - yah! Now I just have four more cushions 
to crochet in a different pattern... this one I call Crazy Chevron.





Based on my original triangle patterns, this one combines different sized 
triangles to form a large chevron pattern. The cushions will be 50x50cms to
give you an idea of its size and scale.





The yarn is an Australian made first cross merino from Biggan Design in 
Lime and Dark Turquoise.





Thanks so much for your wonderful encouragement on my last post. 
Have a lovely week!

14 comments:

Ingrid Mida said...

OMG those yarns are gorgeous. I'm utterly enchanted with the colours. So much so that I want to learn to crochet! Talk about being seduced by colour.

teddybearswednesday said...

YAY Kylie for you getting through all the ripple cushions! WEll done you.
I love the sound of this Crazy Chevron, the yarns are beautiful, I cant wait to see it! xo

jennie said...

Yay for finishing the other ones!!
This new cushion is going to be amazing - those colours are fabulous!!

Blueberry Park said...

that's going to be just gorgeous, Kylie...and big cheers for completing the others!

LionessLady said...

Well done to you for finishing that other big order. How's your 'crochet claw' coming along???? Your next one looks like it's going to be great!

la casita said...

wow Kylie you are super fast! well done on finishing your work, happy week crocheting then ( I will be in compulsive knitting mode...outside there's snow and that help :)

Christina said...

Oooh, looking forward to seeing how this pattern comes together. Love your choice of colours. :)

ElisabethAndrée said...

Kylie the supercrocheteer! You ARE good:) This pattern looks like a challenge and that is always a good thing. Well done!

Posie Patchwork said...

The colours are gorgeous, always up for a mustardy yummy yellow, love Posie

Luna Landing said...

Thats some achievement Kylie - 20 cushions all done to a high quality. Good luck with the next four. Love the colours by the way!

june at noon said...

That's a lot of little triangles! I know it will be great. Gorgeous yarns!

Kate Kelleher said...

Your so talented, I would not have a clue where to begin. Love this blue and green combination.

tichtach said...

Looks like a very lovely project :-) I´m looking very much forward following the progress!

Zoë {Conversation Pieces} said...

Love the name! And the colour combo is pretty ziggy too, just what I need on a very grey day!! :)