Flower Crochet Pattern Have you ever been in the flower crochet pattern phase? Have you ever felt like you can’t make enough flowers? Have you ever sat down and just made flower after flower after flower? I have! The first time I did, it was for a beautiful charity and we each made dozens of flowers. The second time was for a stash busting project
African flower motifs and patterns are so beautiful and the number of things you can create are unimaginable. You could do coin purses, shawls, skirts, bags, crazy legwarmers…. Your imagination is your ticket. We all have that pile of fibers in our stash that we don’t know what to do with but the colors are amazing! Let that whimsy go and get crazy with it.
Crochet Patterns for 12″ Squares Squares like this can leave so much to the imagination. Someday, I would love to make some of these in the sleekest and finest fibers. After petting them and oogling them, I’d mount them carefully with the perfect matte surface and showcase them on an entire wall in all styles of frames- antique frames, contemporary frames, handcrafted frames… you name
Free Mandala Crochet Patterns “You’ll love the great combinations of beautiful stitches and robust colors in these dazzling crochet mandalas,” says Maz Kwok. It’s no wonder she selected these to represent her compilation of free mandala crochet patterns in this roundup. We are all amazed by what it takes to design such beautiful pieces. The texture, the choices of complimentary colours, the perfect way a
How to Join Granny Squares Granny square projects pop up every day. They are wonderful stash busters and quick to work up. It seems that any combination of colours works for a granny. Whoever came up with the first granny square was a genius! You can design your own items from granny squares, but the tough part can be deciding how to join them. Some
Granny Squares Express yourself in the best way you know how! Granny squares are so beautiful and versatile. Make pillows, bags, blankets, slippers…. You can make great stash buster projects or mix colors in an eclectic and whimsical way. Start them any time and build a stash over the summer so you can put them all together during the Fall or Winter months. These are