Crocheting with Tricot

Crocheting hands

I have t-shirt yarn. Balls of cut and rolled fabric. But the thing I enjoy most is crocheting with it, not cutting it up and making it. So when I found these huge spools of already made tricot “yarn” I bought three and started crocheting in the round.

Crochet and fruit break

My previous crocheted rag rugs (one orange and later one blue) have been made with cotton strips that are a bit harder on the hands. This is heavy to work with, but super fun and smoother. Love how fast it is growing too.

Love the black, magenta pink and polka dot stripes.

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4 Responses to Crocheting with Tricot

  1. aimee says:

    oh my gosh… I know exactly what you mean! I love the feeling of crocheting t-shirt material with a huge hook and watching the rug grow! Like you, I don’t love the cutting part so much. You must be in heaven with those enormous ready-made ‘yarn’ balls!

  2. I’ve recently seen in a shop near my work place (school) some balls of pre-made t-shirt yarn in super cute colors, but not purchased them, because I have some t-shirt yarn (made by me and my aunt) to use before buying other materials!
    I really like your white yarn with polka dots… love it!!!

  3. Corrine says:

    These are so pretty Hanna. I bet the just feel so good between your toes….xox

  4. Doris says:

    I did not know that this exists. Since some weeks I cut and cut and cut old t-shirts. That no fun. But the crocheting must be wonderful, so quick and easy. Love your colors.

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