Crochet TOP Avantgarde look

My hobby grants me so many different yarns (left from many crochet projects), that I had to combine them together into this artful tank top (all photos are clickable):

It’s like an abstract painting using a hook and yarn instead of a brush and paint - you work different stitches and techniques together in a way that you think fit and make a wearable crochet item.  It’s like an abstract painting using a hook and yarn instead of a brush and paint - you work different stitches and techniques together in a way that you think fit and make a wearable crochet item.

It’s like an abstract painting using a hook and yarn instead of a brush and paint – you work different stitches and techniques together in a way that you think fit and make a wearable crochet item.

It’s like an abstract painting using a hook and yarn instead of a brush and paint - you work different stitches and techniques together in a way that you think fit and make a wearable crochet item.  It’s like an abstract painting using a hook and yarn instead of a brush and paint - you work different stitches and techniques together in a way that you think fit and make a wearable crochet item.

  

Not a bad idea for getting rid of small pieces of yarn :).

It’s like an abstract painting using a hook and yarn instead of a brush and paint - you work different stitches and techniques together in a way that you think fit and make a wearable crochet item.  It’s like an abstract painting using a hook and yarn instead of a brush and paint - you work different stitches and techniques together in a way that you think fit and make a wearable crochet item.   It’s like an abstract painting using a hook and yarn instead of a brush and paint - you work different stitches and techniques together in a way that you think fit and make a wearable crochet item.

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4 thoughts on “Crochet TOP Avantgarde look

  1. Pingback: Getting rid of small pieces of yarn | linnauk

    • Thank you!

      It can be called one of a kind – you just take yarn leftovers, place matching colours together and work without any pattern – chain 3-5, work single crochet or double crochet stitches over chains of the previous row. Then straighten the bottom, neckline and armholes and finish with a row of single crochet stitches.

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