As Independence Day draws close we tend to think of celebrations, cook outs, and fireworks! Crochet-a-longs are always fun and with the 4th of July looming on the horizon, I designed a doily I hope you like. For me, the design reminds me of something radiating outward – and freedom comes to mind. A commodity we all strive for in one form or another…
These flute covers are perfect for the bridal shower, wedding, a special anniversary, Mother’s day, Sweetheart’s day – well you get the picture, they’re perfect for that special celebration and offer a keepsake to keep for years after!
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds in crochet sweets! We’re talking desserts and do these look scrumptious enough to eat. From eclair to donuts and the best part of all, they’re calorie free!
This new little Duckling Easter basket would be ideal for toddlers in celebration of Easter. A sweet little duckling sits on the back half appearing as if he’s holding the basket right in his lap! Why not surprise a youngster or even a loved one residing in a rest home with this adorable basket filled with goodies. Week 3 instructions now posted (a day early)!
There are so many wonderful ways to display crochet but one of my favorites is “doubling” up! All rules are meant to be broken right? In my book, if you like the way it looks, then that’s all that counts!
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)…
This week focuses on my pick for the Top Five Friday Finds for Easter bunnies! These cute projects feature a bunny bag, stuffed bunny, a cup cozy, a jar cozy and well, you’ll just have to see for yourself!
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!
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.
These little shamrocks/four leaf clovers are just so adorable. And they’re quick to work up regardless if you work several as plant stakes or as per the original instructions…
Stitch up a fun crochet pot of gold with a miniature rainbow for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration!
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.
Working with thread is my first love in crochet and stitching this dainty thread heart was pure joy. I combined a center rose with a lacy style of Bruges Lace to create just the look I hoped for. Lacy, girly, pink, flowery, and beautiful. This heart can be used to embellish linen but I’d love to hear what you’d do with yours!
Our pretty thread candle holder cover stitches up quickly and is so pretty for Valentines, Mother’s Day, and Easter. Set a romantic table with a couple of these lovely candle holders!
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!
I realized that it’s been quite awhile since I last did a pattern review from another site/blog. I found this pretty heart this morning (Monday morning) and…
Valentines conjures up lacy hearts for me. And this heart is so pretty and versatile you could embellish linen or even mold the hearts to add to garlands, wreaths or chain them together for a Valentine garland all unto themselves!