I have a throw on the hook once again! It is going oh so fast, the pattern is simple and I am using a big hook for some texture.
I am definitely in love, oh yeah it is looking scrummy! I am passionate about simple, almost minimalist decor and design. My interests include both Scandinavian design principles as well as Japanese Wabi-sabi. I really enjoy the slick, simple and perfect as well as the raw, natural and imperfection.
It is not easy to hook in monochrome as I yearn for the burst of colour and the creativity of complex pattern in my hands, but I am sticking to my guns this time - This throw is for ME.
Hook size: Unknown but I will let you know. It is a bamboo hook, part of a set I picked up in Penang, but the sizes were printed on in ink and wore off pretty quickly. It is probably a 6mm but I will buy a gadget to measure the thickness of the hook's neck size next week. Recommended hook size for this yarn is about a 4mm.
The Yarn is the Vinnis Nikkim Colours as written about in the previous posting. I will also be using Vinnis Serina.
Center Ring: Ch5, close with ss.
Row 1: Ch2 to form first stitch and then another 15hdc. Close round with ss.
Row 2: Ch2 to form first stitch and then 1hdc, 1ch, 2hdc (this is the first corner). Rest of the 3 corners 2hdc, 1ch, 2hdc. For the rest of the stitches between the corners: 1hdc in each.
Repeat until there are 5 rounds in total.