I finally got the crocodile stitches done, and I’ve begun the next section which will be done in shades of green.
Here is what it looked like last time I posted:
I’d just begun the crocodile stitch part. This section was done with all of the frames being made first and the stitches made going down afterwards. Typically, the frame is made and then the stitch one at a time. Confused yet?? There are a lot of great YouTube videos showing how the crocodile stitch is made if you’re interested.
Here is what it looks like now:
The top row didn’t sit flat until I put the green row on.
This picture was taken at an angle, and I didn’t flatten out the green edges. Still, it’s looking good! I measured it at almost 2 feet across, and I still have another 60 – 62 rows to go!
I’m not sure what stitch I’ll be doing next. The green is all double crochets just to help flatten out the crocodile stitches and set up for the next fun stitch I’m sure.
See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!!
2 thoughts on “Free Pattern Friday: Tablecloth Pt. 5”
Wow, it looks amazing! The crocodile stitches are beautifully textured, and I’m glad you stuck with them. 🙂
They did end up looking much better than expected, and they do add to the piece. I’m glad I stuck with them too.
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