Here are a few crocheted hexagons from a pattern by Julie A. Bolduc for the Hexagaughan for Norah Gaughan knit/crochet-along on Ravelry.com. Thanks to help from my friend Atlanta, I was able to contribute a few hexagons to this project thanking Norah Gaughan (a knitwear designer) for offering so many of her projects on the website. I realized that after free-crocheting since I was six, I never formally learned to read a crochet pattern. Nor had I ever learned the proper terms for things in English.
This pattern was created out of a love for two things: legwarmers and cables. Shown is the back panel of the legwarmer, but obviously "back" to me can be front or side to you. Once the left legwarmer is done, I will post model shots and the pattern.
Does everyone have "first post anxiety" when they start a blog? This is my first entry into my first web log. I've been writing in journals and diaries since I was a kid, but always thought about the repercussions of writing my deepest and darkest on paper. The limitations, though, of a paper-based log is that it does only reach the eyes of the one who writes it, and maybe after death, grand kids and the like see what a nut you were. But, as I'm still alive and needing to reach out and share information with others, I was led to the "blogosphere".
What kind of information do I have to share? Well, my brain contains lots and lots of randomness, but most of it deals with the creative industries. I love making and designing things, and here you will find information on projects I have completed, and instructions on how to make them yourself if interested.
Warning: being a jack-of-all-trades has left me a master of none. So, I put forward these projects with good intentions. Don't hurt yourself, m'kay?