I like braided wool rugs,
I also like to crochet, especially single crochet.
After I did the rug a couple of weeks ago with the hexagons, I started to think about mimicking the look of a braided rug in crochet.
This is my first attempt.
This time, I am making the ends more rounded.
That means that I am increasing on the ends in an arbitrary way, adding stitches when I feel that it is starting to curl up a bit.
I'll keep on with this experiment, and hopefully get to what I'm aiming for. Also, I am wondering about a zig-zag ripple type of rug....
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