DIY Crochet Bolera


Strange as it may seem, this pattern took almost no time at all, and it’s not as complicated as it looks. If you want to give it a bash, you can find it here.

Really, you do a lacy crochet to make blocks. I found that I could easily do one of these in an evening, especially if I had a few episodes of my series to watch. Once you have 10 blocks, you work them together so in the right sequence and connect to create the arm holes. I didn’t even do the picot edging like they suggested and I changed the tie bits up a bit.

But this was a fun little project, and it was great to give it to my mum for her birthday. I do need to say thank you to my two financiers. Without them this project would not have been possible ;).


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