Heather taught us how to do the Crocodile Stitch. A fun looking stitch. You can use the crocodile stitch for hats, purses, shawls, etc. Google “crocodile stitch” and you will find everything from images to video on how to create this fun look.
Becky was back in teacher mode again and walked us through Bavarian Crochet. If you can do trebles, ch 1s, clusters and back post trebles then you too can create this work of art. I was half listening to the instructions and went into “auto” mode when doing my back post stitches and instead of doing the back post stitch I did the front post stitch which gives the piece a totally different look, actually a look I prefer. In the correct method you see the ridges on the right side; with the accidental or wrong method the right side is smooth. For me the smooth side resembles a series of snowflakes developing. What are your thoughts? Front or back? Right or wrong?