Usually how I get into a new craft is I see a project that I love and learn how to do it. When we were in Japan and I had just learned how to crochet I saw this book. THE book, insiring! It had the most beautiful thread crochet patterns. I made a few of the smaller pieces before I decided to make this one for my mom for Mothers day.
I started it to late for that year, but finished it in time for Mothers day the next year! And she loved it! The think about rounds is the first hundred rounds goes SO fast, by the time you get to the outer rounds it takes forever for just ONE round! It was so worth it. I started a different style for myself, a tuilip based one, perfect for the spring. But it’s about triple the size so I’m STILL not done! Maybe it’s another goal to add to my list…
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Ashley, I just found your blog, you are amazing and I look forward to your news letters. How can I get a copy of the thread crocheted table cloth, it is beautiful. Thanks.
That was actually out of a book, so it’s not my pattern to share. A Japanese thread crochet book if I remember correctly, so not even a written pattern, just a diagram. It’s lovely, isn’t it! I wish I had a better picture of it.
Ashlee, any idea which Japanese crochet book? Publisher, year, anything? I have scoured the internet for hundreds of websites and literally thousands of patterns over the past two months looking for this. If you have any additional information, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Man I looked and looked and I couldn’t find it online. When we unpack my craft room and I find it I’ll grab the isbn number for you, I’m so sorry it’s taking me so long!
Hi, please help me with the book name. I really loved the design!!
I’m sorry, I bought the book from a shop in Japan 16 years ago, I have NO idea how to find it here in the US!