free-formed and off-centred


Inspired by this bike skirt, actually. Built on the circular centre of this granny square pattern (a really lovely pattern, by the way). Somehow managed to make only half of it, and then added more rows around it, while gradually morphing it into a rectangular shape to make the shirt. It was a pretty free-formed process, which is really my favourite way to crochet, so I’m quite proud of this skirt. The half circle is centred on the side and the rest of the skirt are just made of dc and hdc rows.

Had just enough wine-coloured yarn to make the skirt part, so I decided to use a charcoal grey for the waist band, which was knitted on with a 1x1 ribbing.




We took these photos in Stratford, while taking a road trip through several southern Ontario towns. Will be posting more photos and stories from the trip soon :D

Have a happy week, everyone!




4 thoughts on “free-formed and off-centred

  1. thanks so much Sheila! I’m happy with how it turned out too! Just hope it keeps its shape after I wash it…

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