I'm not sure any other thriller thoroughly creeped me out the way this one did. I had this perpetual skin-crawling sensation the entire time I was reading this book, and I'm not really sure if it was in a good way or a bad way.
The wait is over! Grab your favorite hank of sport or fingering weight yarn and get ready to make the Iris Shawl!
I'm afraid once again I am against the grain with many readers of this book. I liked it a little better than okay, but fresh off the heels of reading the Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, this book just didn't have the same magic.
Female spies, forbidden love, and a Soviet traitor....this should be good. I think that it was an excellent portrayal of women in a post-WWII world and the obstacles that they faced both personally and in the workplace....a diverting read and enjoyable enough.
Here it is! My first pattern of 2021, just in time for spring, the Iris Table Runner!
Today I want to show you how I make a traditional fringe...fast.
Today I want to show you how to make lattice knot fringe, a fancy macrame technique to add even more flair to your project.
In my upcoming Iris Table Runner, I will be using the iris stitch worked over a series of trellis stitch, so to transition, we need to modify the iris stitch a little. Here's how!
This story, steeped with the many varied beliefs, myths, and superstitions of several cultures living in 1930s Malaya (now Malaysia), is richly evocative and nuanced with an ethereal quality to the story. Mystery, magic, and amazing world building, this is a sure-to-please read.
In my upcoming Iris Table Runner, I will be using the iris stitch, so it will be today's tutorial!