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That is true. Maybe it could be made into a pillow with crewel. Are you going to try it?
Gaillou - crewl stichery is very versatile, so it can be stiched. You can crochet this pattern too, but the result won't be just like your puzzle image.
The colors depend on where I put the cursor when making the kaleidoscope. I will post some more tomorrow or later this week.
Wow Gail! I just checked the link - I thought you had chosen very few colours for this, so surprised when I saw how many there were. Thanks.
This would look beautiful as a pillow cover!! Fun, thanks! :)
You are welcome, PJ. I wonder if there is even a pattern for something like this, Anne. It would be interesting to try it, but not me! LOL. Kirsten did you see the original? See below.
It looks like feathers to me, Gail. Except for the scary faces around the edge! LOL Thanks for the fun. :)))
Gaillou - I'm amazed and in awe. It's incredible. The digital world is a wonder.
Thank you so much for showing me.
What a wonderfully intricate crochet pattern Gail. Glad we don't have to make it for real - just beautiful as a puzzle.
PJ, here is the original image
Isn't it amazing how it turned out to look crocheted. The original image was a number of spools of crocheted thread. What you see at the edges represents that a little more clearly.
I really enjoyed the handicrafted look, but I'm unsure of the blue sculls encircling the tender croched doily....