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it will get finished...one day!

 

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To celebrate that my blog had 1000 visitors, I made these. I give them away to people who sign in to my little lottery.

crochet creature for the shop

Crochet pillows made from scrap yarn balls found in thrift shops. The blanket is made by machine-quilting a patchwork top made from vintage and new cotton fabric onto cotton chenille. More here: rosehip.typepad.com/rose_hip_blog/2009/04/floral.html

Crochet - Hook

Sanremo (Italy), poste télécom - telecommunication station.

Didier du Castel

Crochet is my favorite hobby with photography very close behind. The more complicated the pattern, the more I like it. I also crochet afghans, but enjoy the intricate threadwork in doilies the most. It just brakes my heart to see them thrown in a yardsale by someone who has no idea the love and commitment it takes to complete them.

 

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Theme: Your Favorite Hobby

Rainbow afghan I made for my granddaughter. Pattern can be found at:

allcraftsblogs.com/crochet_afghan_patterns/fan_crochet_af...

 

I've been crocheting rocks! The lime green is now available on my Etsy site (see profile for link) The silver glittery one will be listed soon. Dying to know what people think of these :)

Starting on some crochet granny bunting. Pattern can be found here.

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crochet, by mieke, inspired by anu tuominen

.This is what I've started to do recently.... I don't know if I said I can do a very delicate crochet lace....I don't remember... I always loved crocheting...and have been doing that from my very early childhood...So these are my new favorite earrings ...two sided ;)

crocheted and felted "African flowers" bag with handmade matching Polymer Clay button

This is my first try to crochet a Blythe. She has exactly the size, as I do have enough models to compare!^^

The hardest thing was to find the right eyes and to do the mouth, as mostly at these parts less is more.

So I hope you like my little dolly!

Now on facebook too!!! XD

 

The history of the Crochet Tree

 

It's about 10 years that I live far away from my home, my culture. After some years I realised to start to forget my language. For fighting this horrible fact I'm reading more in hungarian. This winter I've found some unknown poems from one of the most famous hungarian poets, Sándor Petőfi and immediately felt in love! He used several times rainbow and spiderweb motifs in his works. Who ever seen my flickr knows well that I'm "obsessed" with both of them! @;) After some times when I returned home I went to my city's theater with my Mom. The name of this theater is Petőfi Színház. Yet another time him, I've tought! The recitation was shocking (in the right way): A Midsummer Night's Dream's adaptation from William Shakespeare. At the end I felt like a forest creature in a fairytale! As we were exit I've seen a tree in front of the theater. It was strange, nude, "devious"... And I finally understood what do I have to do: Dress up the Petőfi Színház's tree with Sándor Petőfi inspired rainbow crochet spiderwebs for give him a fairytale look!

 

During the crocheting progress I've found myself wondering... How to answer to children when they are asking me: how is it possible that a tree is rainbow coloured? So I wrote a little fairytale for them, just for fun. I'm a crocheter NOT a writer! Be indulgent! %) :

 

Once Rainbow said:

"I've already seen the whole world, I appear for some minutes here and immediately I have to run to another place... I'm tired, I would like to go on holiday!"

In April it was raining with sunshine several times, so Rainbow visited Veszprém and felt in love with the city. There were colorful flowers everywhere and people were kind. From the sky it seemed like a beautiful, quiet little city. As Rainbow was looking around she've seen a lonely tree in a park rounded by red tulips. People were walking hand in hand under him, children were playing near to the tree and Rainbow could hear also the music from the theater next to the park. She was envy for the moveless peace of that tree, for the closeness of people... And she tought:

"I want to stand like that tree! I want to be a part of people's life for awhile! This should be the perfect holiday for me!"

So Rainbow said goodbye to the sky and came down to hug tightly the tree!

(Don't worry, Rainbow's sisters and brothers are still trevelling all over the world and Rainbow will return to work too after the relaxing holiday!)

 

My other obsession is spirituality.

For those who are not interested about these things:

STOP READING!

 

Every work of mine are based on numerology and colour therapy.

This tree contains 13 colours (which means 39 colour combinations). 13 because of the 13 chakras. I've found a site times before and I'm happier since I've seen that all the Oversoul Chakras are rainbow colored! @;)

Here is the link for it:

www.holographicsound.com/chakra-colors.html

I started to install it on May 3rd 2011, with new moon in taurus.

3 months for crochet, 3 days for installing 247 spiderweb circles. Number 3 and 13 returns everywhere in this project!

The colours are following from red to violet like chakras and they are installed like the snake (Kundalini) is going up to the tree.

 

That's all folks! @;)

Larva abdominal rolegs crochets

Crochet pillows made from scrap yarn and odd balls found in thrift shops. More here: rosehip.typepad.com/rose_hip_blog/2009/04/floral.html

Kátia e gurias que sabem fazer crochet, olhem que coisa mais linda!!! Deixo aqui o link pra vcs darem uma olhada...

picasaweb.google.com.br/mone.merini/MiniMotifCrochetPatte...

Now on facebook too!!! XD

 

The history of the Crochet Tree

 

It's about 10 years that I live far away from my home, my culture. After some years I realised to start to forget my language. For fighting this horrible fact I'm reading more in hungarian. This winter I've found some unknown poems from one of the most famous hungarian poets, Sándor Petőfi and immediately felt in love! He used several times rainbow and spiderweb motifs in his works. Who ever seen my flickr knows well that I'm "obsessed" with both of them! @;) After some times when I returned home I went to my city's theater with my Mom. The name of this theater is Petőfi Színház. Yet another time him, I've tought! The recitation was shocking (in the right way): A Midsummer Night's Dream's adaptation from William Shakespeare. At the end I felt like a forest creature in a fairytale! As we were exit I've seen a tree in front of the theater. It was strange, nude, "devious"... And I finally understood what do I have to do: Dress up the Petőfi Színház's tree with Sándor Petőfi inspired rainbow crochet spiderwebs for give him a fairytale look!

 

During the crocheting progress I've found myself wondering... How to answer to children when they are asking me: how is it possible that a tree is rainbow coloured? So I wrote a little fairytale for them, just for fun. I'm a crocheter NOT a writer! Be indulgent! %) :

 

Once Rainbow said:

"I've already seen the whole world, I appear for some minutes here and immediately I have to run to another place... I'm tired, I would like to go on holiday!"

In April it was raining with sunshine several times, so Rainbow visited Veszprém and felt in love with the city. There were colorful flowers everywhere and people were kind. From the sky it seemed like a beautiful, quiet little city. As Rainbow was looking around she've seen a lonely tree in a park rounded by red tulips. People were walking hand in hand under him, children were playing near to the tree and Rainbow could hear also the music from the theater next to the park. She was envy for the moveless peace of that tree, for the closeness of people... And she tought:

"I want to stand like that tree! I want to be a part of people's life for awhile! This should be the perfect holiday for me!"

So Rainbow said goodbye to the sky and came down to hug tightly the tree!

(Don't worry, Rainbow's sisters and brothers are still trevelling all over the world and Rainbow will return to work too after the relaxing holiday!)

 

My other obsession is spirituality.

For those who are not interested about these things:

STOP READING!

 

Every work of mine are based on numerology and colour therapy.

This tree contains 13 colours (which means 39 colour combinations). 13 because of the 13 chakras. I've found a site times before and I'm happier since I've seen that all the Oversoul Chakras are rainbow colored! @;)

Here is the link for it:

www.holographicsound.com/chakra-colors.html

I started to install it on May 3rd 2011, with new moon in taurus.

3 months for crochet, 3 days for installing 247 spiderweb circles. Number 3 and 13 returns everywhere in this project!

The colours are following from red to violet like chakras and they are installed like the snake (Kundalini) is going up to the tree.

 

That's all folks! @;)

This is a pattern for FOUR small CUTE and QUICK crochet flowers perfect by itself or as a finishing touch for your projects!

 

From foremost flower counter-clockwise:

 

1. PUNY PUFF FLower

 

2. 3D POINTED-CENTER Flower

 

3. OPEN PUFF Flower

 

4. 2D CLUSTER Flower (the red one)

 

moiracrochets.hubpages.com/hub/3D-Crochet-Flower

This skirt is crocheted from different sized motifs and embellished with surface crochet

I just finished my crocheted chair cover. :-)

More pictures at my little blog

Following my starburst theme onwards from the starburst cushion I finished earlier in the week. These ones are going to be for a small throw

2 more rows and look - my bag is huge and there is plenty of space for more yarns

Oh...., and I cut a square out of the back of office folder, made 8 little holes and sewed at the bottom (inside) of my bag, it gives my bag nice and firm look

Another crochet project (using 100% organic cotton mercerized yarn). There isn't much to show yet. It's still a work in progress. Colors are inspired by a lovely vintage kitchen curtain i´ve found at a thrift store last month ...

I called my afghan flowers in the snow. Here they are really in the snow...

Crochet with

Knit Picks Brava Sport in Cotton Candy, Fig, Seraphim & Mint

Sitting on the front stoop, today, she does crochet.....

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