I've heard this term used quite a bit: Free form knitting. What does that encompass? Is it simply knitting without a set pattern? Because in that case, I'm a pro I
've seen the word free form applied to other arts, such as embrodiary (can't spell to save my life) and crochet, and usually it describes pieces that are, well, free form. I mean they look as though someone just used which colors and materials and techniques suited their fancy at any given time. So I was wondering (sorry, I come from a film school/film theory background here!) if it applies to a certain school of thought or theory, and if there are "rules."
Also, and perhaps it means the same thing, I've seen bags for sale on places like etsy that are described as "scumbled". It's the best-sounding word ever, but what does that mean? I tried googling/searching craftster it, but they both laughed at me.