Triangles Cushions

I made these two cushions as a present for my parents for their sofas.  The pattern is called ‘Triangles Cushion’.  It came from ‘Modern Crochet’, a leaflet from Patons.  The cushion was crocheted in the suggested yarn by Patons, which was called Patons Regal 4 ply cotton 50 gram balls, using a 3.00 mm hook and a 40 cm x 40 cm cushion insert.  The colours I chose were different to the ones in the leaflet as I wanted to match my parent’s new rug that they have on their living room floor. I am happy with the results, and so are my parents.

Rippled Wrap in Schoppel Wolle Zauberball Starke 6 yarn

schoppel wolle rippled wrap joanne pedro front

Here is another shawl that I made, in Schoppel Wolle, Zauberball Starke 6.  I used the pattern, ‘Rippled Wrap’, which was designed by Cheri McEwen, which was a pattern I found free on Ravelry.  This is the second of two Rippled Wraps that I made.  The other one is in Noro Kureyon Sock yarn, which was made prior to this one.  I’ll post photos of that one later, it is smaller than this one.  (Front view).

Rippled Wrap in Schoppel Wolle Zauberball Starke 6 – back view

schoppel wolle rippled wrap joanne pedro back

Here is another shawl that I made, in Schoppel Wolle, Zauberball Starke 6.  I used the pattern, ‘Rippled Wrap’, which was designed by Cheri McEwen, which was a pattern I found free on Ravelry.  This is the second of two Rippled Wraps that I made.  The other one is in Noro Kureyon Sock yarn, which was made prior to this one.  I’ll post photos of that one later, it is smaller than this one.  (Back view).

Crochet Freeform Vest – front view

Crochet Freeform Vest by Joanne Pedro front

This is the front view of the crochet freeform vest that I made.  I am very happy with how it turned out.  Lots of red, purple and green, colours I like, and other colours too feature in the vest.  To get the shape and size, I made a paper template out of large cartridge paper, a few pieces together, and following this template I was able to get the right shapes for the armholes and fronts and back. The yarns range from synthetics to 100% wool and other fibres.

Crochet Freeform Vest – back view

Crochet Freeform Vest by Joanne Pedro back

This is the back view of my crochet freeform vest which I made.  I started making it a few years ago, then abandoned it, then decided it was time to get it done and I finished it.  I am very happy with the results.  I love red, purple and green and these colours feature in the vest.  It didn’t cost anything to make as I have collected these yarns, leftover from other projects.