Crochet Eye Chart
I am going to call this Mother’s Day Wreath complete. I was going to make a little humming bird to place beside the white rose, to the right of the center, but I’ve just run out of time. I won’t be able to get it done today so I’ll call it finished as is.
For the smaller flowers I used this free pattern and for the roses I used this free pattern. The leaves came from making variations of the leaf pattern attached to the rose pattern. The wreath is just a grape vine wreath from Joanns, $4.99. The flowers are made with odds and ends of leftover yarn so this is an inexpensive and fun project if you are looking for one. :D
There are a ton more flower patterns here for free.
Decorando paredes muy dulces.
the neglected vegetables- you promised you would eat them later.. but there they sat on the kitchen counter.. probably for weeks.
(silk, wool, velvet, acrylic yarn)
An amigurumi hippo. Look ma, no pattern!
yarn balls (crochet)
september 29, 2012
simcoe street, barrie, ontario
*part of art ce soir 2012, barrie’s late-night contemporary art event.
amazing crochet and awesome blog name.
starting tonight I will be crocheting collars for all my winter items, either you are with me or against me on bringing this look back & yes, I am as smugly satisfied as I look.
Winchesters didn’t see it coming.
My sister made these for my older sister’s birthday. They are so awesome!