Embellish your crinolines with any of these sweet accessories! They are also so cute on the fridge as magnets and they make wonderful gifts for mom too!
Stitch up a fun Easter bunny towel ring for the kitchen or bath! These towel holders are worked so the towel can be interchanged easily and removed for laundering. A fun and creative way to decorate for the holidays.
After seeing the crochet Bee stitch, I was obsessed. In fact, I’m designing a potholder using a variation of this stitch in cotton yarn. But for now, with spring upon us, Easter around the corner – well these are only fitting! Dress your table and have fun with a stitch (that I’ve slightly tweaked)…
Here we go – Battle of the Stitches, Round 13! I love spring for its new beginnings, in life and in general! I tend to think of flower blossoms, the scent of jasmine as it permeates the air, birds singing and calling to one another, pastels and celebrations. Celebrations like Battle of the Stitches, Round 13 Blog Hop Event!
As spring draws near I’m sure you’ll find a spring in your step and in need of a coffee in hand. This pretty cozy will elicit compliments and just make you feel better – to new beginnings!
March is National Crochet Month and many of us are celebrating with Crochetville to the theme “A-Glamping We Will Go: 5th Annual National Crochet Month Blog Tour. And are you in for a special treat!
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds for Bruges Lace. From stunning shawls to napkin rings – you can create delicate lace projects using a lovely crochet technique that’s sure to please the fussiest!
You’ll have fun with this St. Patrick’s Day top hat that’s actually a towel topper. Embellished with crocheted flowers, this topper is made so the towel can be removed for easy laundering.
Stitch up quick and easy shamrock coasters for St. Paddy’s! They’re fun to stitch and the family will love them in helping to celebrate the luck of the Irish! Work in various colors of green or variegated.
Using mason jars to organize your home is a great way to keep buttons, cotton balls, to even dry beans in the pantry. Decorate and embellish those jars with crocheted covers. In this version, dainty clusters provide texture and make for a lovely pattern repeat. Adorn with a crochet rose and leaves, or as desired!
Our sweet Valentine heart-shaped towel ring is the perfect accent piece for your kitchen or bath. Hang a small decorative towel which can be removed for easier laundering on the ring. Worked in yarn, it’s a quick project that’s decorative and useful!
Get ready for Valentines with hearts, hearts and more hearts! From kitchen and dining room projects to dainty earrings; there’s a little something for everyone to make their Valentine extra special!
I hope you’ve enjoyed this placemat setting project. For a more informal and fun project, work in your home decor colors and omit the stocking silverware holder. Today I’m posting the last part, the napkin rings. Only two rounds and they’re so simple and fast, you can get them done in almost no time at all!
This is the third pattern in our Autumn Harvest Pumpkin Tea Set; the napkin ring which is worked in post stitches and adorned with leaves. Set the perfect table for tea, Thanksgiving or any autumn event using all three!
This is the first pattern in our Autumn Harvest Pumpkin Tea Set; the teapot cozy which is worked in post stitches and adorned with leaves to cascade over the dome lid! It’s sure to become a favorite for fall!
I felt like naming this doily “surprise by design” because what you see now is as far as I’ve gotten for part 1 of this CAL. Sometimes surprises are so much fun and who knows where this mandala doily will end (or where!)… but that’s half the fun isn’t it! Come join me while we […]