Naalbinding Lace

naalbindlacescarf1I really love naalbinding, but I get tired of the solid (but very warm) pieces of fabric that it makes.  I’ve seen a lot of things…doilies, tablecloths, etc… that have shown up on the net that are lacy and wonderful…and quite possibly naalbound.  So I decided to try it using the Oslo stitch, my antler naalbindlacescarf2needle, and the last of the mixed wool homespun.  It seems to be going to work.  I’m using the basic crochet formula… chain a long chain…turn back…single into the stitch…then chain 3…then single into the next stitch… in this case instead of crochet singles I am doing Oslo stitches… When I finish the length of the chain, I will turn back and attach in the center of the three chain lengths .. I have no real idea what I am doing… but will let you know if it works out to be the scarf I am hoping it will be…

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About Linda S.

Retired Grandma living in North Central Texas and enjoying being able to spend my time with all my many crafting interests.
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