Andy Gilmore

Geometry (Ancient Greek: γεωμετρία; geo- “earth”, -metron “measurement”) is a branch of mathematics concerned with questions of shape, size, relative position of figures, and the properties of space. (Wikipedia.) Images || Explore Ravelry || Crochet || Pattern || Art || Quilt Ravelry || Crochet || Pattern || Art || Quilt Ravelry || Crochet || Pattern…

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No Fear: Fixing a Mistake

How I performed surgery on a piece to fix a mistake. Crochet + Scissors = Faint. I see crochet and knit artists alike asking amongst themselves if it is better to leave an error be as if it were fate, or to frog back and fix it, for fear of being forever haunted by its…

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Chevron2.0: Standard Vs. Extra Thick

Through all of the Chevron blankets I have made, I always get questions about the thickness of my work, and if I use two strands of yarn. With a couple of adjustments to the original standard-thickness pattern, you can make a plush and squishy chevron piece for a drafty nursery or a chilly workspace. The…

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Sunburst Flower Blanket

Tutorial for Sunburst Flower Blanket This blanket is based on the Sunburst Granny Square by my crochet idol, Priscilla Hewitt. Color scheme borrowed from SnapDragons blanket – go check out her beautiful blog! Flowers First, work rounds 1-3 of her free Sunburst Granny Square pattern at the link above. Make as many circle flowers as…

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