I was a bit worried about the shaping required for my crochet top. The top is worked mostly in one piece, apart from a front panel, so the thought of getting it wrong and having to rework the top (using a 1 mm hook!) was daunting. I decided to do a practice piece. "Spend time to save time" perhaps. Turns out it wasn't too difficult. Though I think next time I will shorten the chain that replaces the missed shell when reducing. That should make the reduction less obvious.
This little piece also serves as a sample to work out how many repeats and rows I will need. I realised that my work is much smaller than the pattern. So I checked the front panel and, sure enough, I need to do a couple more repeats to make it workable.
I am sure you will have it all figured out!! :)ReplyDelete
I agree over the 'spend time to save time'. You amaze me how you tackle these pieces.ReplyDelete
A good idea to try the pattern before tackling a full blown pattern,ReplyDelete
I like your “Spend Time to Save Time” approach. Wise Lady. <3ReplyDelete