Quick & Easy

Got a new copy of Quick and Easy Crochet in the mail the other day & whipped up this little outfit for Ro in a couple of days (but only a few hours’ cumulative effort):


Cute, eh? It will serve her well this winter once we’re home in Texas. It’s Bernat yarn, but I’m not sure exactly what kind. It came in a kit for making a baby blanket (which I never made because the yarn was too much of a pain to work with, and no it wasn’t much easier this time around, with greater experience), & the individual skeins are only labeled as Bernat. It’s some sort of boucle yarn, though.

The byline for this pattern was D’s Zigns. I have no idea who or what that is; if anyone knows please drop me a line. I’d love to contact the designer directly & tell him/her how much I enjoyed this pattern. Many if not most of the patterns in the magazine had the same byline. I did a Google search but wasn’t able to find an exact match, and all the D Zigns, D’Zigns & other such variations seem to take me to a variety of web design studios, which somehow I doubt have anything to do with crochet.

I like this issue as much as I did the previous one, by the way, though the dreaded Fun Fur seems to have made an incursion & there’s one very strange, ugly poncho too. Overall, though, it’s nice, though I question the need for two or three different swimsuit coverups. There’s a very neat skirt pattern that I hope to make, some time in the distant future when I’m able to procure sport weight yarn in adult colors.

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One response to “Quick & Easy

  1. OMGosh, she is soooo cute!!! Nice snuggly outfit too, great pic!!!!

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