I am so excited to finally be able to share my first published crochet pattern with you…
This is Trienne, a cosy crocheted wrap made in Fyberspates Cumulus (told you I had a thing going on with it!) and the pattern has just been published in the latest issue of Pom Pom Quarterly magazine.
Trienne is constructed from five separate panels giving you lots of room for playing with colours, before joining together and working the border all-in-one as you go. The Cumulus yarn is crocheted at a fairly loose tension which keeps the stitches airy and open and makes the finished fabric light as a cloud and perfect for wrapping yourself up in.
After finishing the sample I immediately made a second Trienne for myself and incorporated granny stripes into one of the panels. I love it and it’s debatable whether or not I will take it off until the Spring!
I have to thank my friend and colleague Rachel Coopey for sowing the seed of Trienne – I like to think that she will now learn to crochet!
Pom Pom issue 11 is available now as a hard copy with complimentary electronic copy from the website or your local LYS. Alternatively you can download the electronic copy from Ravelry. I’ll share a few other projects I have already made from issue 11 next week.
Disclaimer: I am the Tech Editor for Pom Pom Magazine but submitted the design along with everyone else and followed the standard magazine designer guidelines. In fact, my first sub was rejected so there really was no staff favouritism!
Photographs 1-3 © Juju Vail for Pom Pom Quarterly and used here with permission.