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Wacky Weave – The End

It took me 5 years of continuous effort to get interlocking crochet, trending. When I started with this technique, I simply fell in love with it. I couldn’t get enough of it. Getting other people as excited about it was a long road however. For me it was a fantastic journey that I enjoyed immensely. I don’t know how many workshops I facilitated on Wacky Weave; I didn’t keep track. But it was many. I travelled substantially to teach this technique and I thoroughly enjoyed every class. I met so many amazing people during this journey, that I can honestly say, this journey was life changing for me.

Each CAL was an improvement on the previous one. In each CAL we explored something new, something different. La Loba is no exception. You need big girl panties for this one! There is some shaping involved.

I hope you all enjoyed the journey with me. Thank you to each person who participated in my CALs. Without people like you, people like me can’t do much. I appreciate each one of you.

Here is a celebration of my Wacky Weave CALs.

Wacky Weave Squares
Wacky Weave Babette
Wacky Weave Log Cabin
Wacky Weave Rainbow in the Round
Wacky Weave La Loba

Will there be another one? I don’t know. I have learned never to say never. Who knows?

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5 thoughts on “Wacky Weave – The End

  1. I love this technique and that even through all your struggles you kept going. Wacky weave is something that I will always come back to.

  2. I agree with you. Wacky Weave is a great crocheting technique. I learned this technique doing the Log Cabin and loved it right away. Seriously thinking of doing another Log Cabin. And every now and then I am salivating over the Squares as well. Thank you so much for showing us, me, this technique and for designing the patterns. I wish you the same amount of joy when working your next projects.

    1. It has been a joy following you on this wacky weave road, Hilda. And yes, looking back it is amazing to see the progression in the designs and the skills we all developed. Yet all of the projects are worth returning to; WW Squares, which now seems so easy, remains a classic, as various newly completed blankets keep showing.
      Whatever you do, we’re along for the fun ride, while the creative spirit keeps you working hard behind the scenes.
      Thank you.

  3. I loved being part of your group and is soooo hooked on WackyWeave. Thank you for sharing your talents with us

  4. I’ve saved your gorgeous patterns and followed along online as people shared their experience. I’m so in love with your designs. There’s something very comforting about them. I look forward to starting my own one day from the easiest to the hardest, all the way through the lovely pattens. Thank you so much for sharing them and yourself with the world. You are appreciated.

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