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I learned to crochet when I was 13 years old. I fell in love with it and did it for many years and still enjoy it. I find needle craft is an excellent way to relax and be creative. I have crocheted many items, but I think doilies are one of my favourite things to make. This one is a design by Patricia Kristoffersen and is a 3D doily. I love her patterns!
Hello, I'm still here! With lots of tea crochet and cupcakes both on my mind and my desk ❤ how are you all?
Rainbow afghan I made for my granddaughter. Pattern can be found at:
crocheted and felted "African flowers" bag with handmade matching Polymer Clay button
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
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 :)
Knit Picks Brava Sport in Cotton Candy, Fig, Seraphim & Mint
Crochet squares made out of Sugar and Cream cotton
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!
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
CROCHET CAN AND BOTTLE COZY
I crocheted these macroons. Want to have some? They come in different flavours - hazelnut, rose, almond, coconut and chocolate cinnamon.
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
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)
This skirt is crocheted from different sized motifs and embellished with surface crochet