One of the most common questions I'm getting in my Tunisian Crochet Craftsy class has little to do with the class content at all. The question is: "Where can I get the pattern for what you are wearing?".
I'm not shy at all about letting you know what I'm wearing - I've had a ton of fun in times past documenting my personal style. I wore a mix of knit and crochet, with some Broomstick, Hairpin and of course, Tunisian, thrown into the mix for good measure.
( The photo up above is from Lesson 7, I'm wearing Borgia. )
So here's a lesson-by-lesson, play-by-play of my outfits with the links to learn more about the patterns behind them:
Lesson 4: Here I'm wearing one of my favorite garments, Andalausia. It's made with both hairpin lace and broomstick lace and you can wear it a ton of different ways. This is my favorite way to wear it.
Lesson 5: I'm wearing the Baroque Ladies Jacket with a belt. When I designed it, I wore it with ties, but I've been wearing it with shawl pins and belts more in recent years.
Lesson 6: Here I'm wearing Klimt. Klimt is hairpin lace.
Lesson 7: I'm wearing Borgia - you can see it at the top of this post.
Lesson 9: Here I'm wearing the Hourglass Jacket. It's a top-down design in Broomstick Lace.
If you have a question about any of these outfits, or about the patterns available to make them, let me know in the comments.