Tunisian crochet has captured my heart. The cowl I made for the class I took at my LYS was fun to make. I got to try out a few of the Tunisian stitches. The variegated yarn worked out nicely. All that is left to do is block it and sew on the buttons.
I fell in love so hard with Tunisian crochet that I bought a book to explore further. There are several projects in here that I want to make. I recommend the book because it give clear, illustrated instructions on how to perform each stitch.
I am making progress on my Stranded Cowl. The tension in the color block rows might have been a tad too tight. It seems to be puckering a bit. Hopefully a bit of blocking will take that out. I have to say I really love how the colors are working together. The gold and dark green is vibrant.
I still have a few more sections to go on this cowl. The class covers each section at a time. Since it is a cold, blustery day, I'm going to reheat my tea and settle myself on the couch and get back to class.