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Magic Scrubber 7 - Japanese Craft Crochet Book
2009-09-02 04:20:00
Back by popular demand Magic Scrubber 7 - Japanese Craft Crochet BookLanguage: JapanesePages: 56Condition: NewDimensions: 19 X 18 cmPatterns: 52 colorful patterns for beautiful crochet patterns for animal mascots (ducks, bears, giraffes, lions, building blocks, buses,etc.Beautiful crystal clear pictures and easy to follow patterns. Perfect for beginners and little fingers. Get it here for only USD 14.90 Posted via email from mwendas's posterous
By: Mwendas
Crochet Mini Motif 100- Japanese Crochet Craft Book
2009-07-02 11:10:00
  Crochet Mini Motif- Japanese Crochet Craft Book (Apple Mint 2009)Language: JapanesePages: 80Condition: NewPatterns: 100 adorable patterns for flowers, leaves and herbs. Beautiful crystal clear pictures and easy to follow patterns.   Get it here for only USD 29 Posted via email from mwendas's posterous
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Adorable Crochet Mascots and Motifs- Japanese Craft Book
2009-07-01 06:51:00
Language: JapanesePages: 77Condition: NewPatterns: Numerous patterns colorful patterns for adorable crotchet motifs and animal mascots: matryoshka, fish, crab, peanuts, mushrooms, octopus, teapot, bunny, pirate, strawberry, bambi, tokyo tower, etcBeautiful crystal clear picture and easy to follow patterns.Get it here for only USD 18
By: Mwendas
Hamanaka Raku Raku Double Ended Crochet Needles - Japanese Craft
2009-07-01 06:45:00
    This set consists of 5 double ended hooks for a total of 10 hooks of different sizes as follows:2 mm2.25 mm2.5 mm3 mm3.5mm4 mm4.5mm5 mm5.5 mm6 mmBeautiful colourful soft grips with aluminium hooks. The sizes of the hooks are indicates on the grip.   Get it here for only USD 46.90 Posted via email from mwendas's posterous
By: Mwendas
Your Worst Fears Come Alive With Morbid Crochet Art
2009-04-17 17:36:00
Have you ever wanted to create morbid works of art out of yarn? Well this artist sure has, and I think she gets her point across quite well.
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2009-01-23 10:00:00
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Create Personalized Fleece And Crochet Hooded Baby Blankets For Snug Cuddle
2008-08-06 02:43:00
Fleece and crochet hooded baby blankets are still nursery favorites. Both babies and moms love these soft and snug cuddle-companions. Don't worry if you can't sew or crochet. You can find a large range of personalized fleece and crochet hooded baby blankets on the internet. These will also come in ...
Poplin Halter Dress With Crochet Band
2008-06-07 17:00:00
Under $100 Poplin Halter Dress With Crochet Band Our poplin halter dress will keep you cool on a warm summer day. Cool mint, turquoise, aqua, white and brown colors are printed in floral patterns. Mint crochet trim adorns the brown band at the waist. Slight padding at the bust. Ties at the neck. Zips in back. Measures 24 ...
Sweet Felt Creations - Japanese Craft Crochet Book
2008-06-06 14:56:00
Sweet Felt Creations - Japanese Craft Crochet BookLanguage: JapanesePages: 88Condition: NewPatterns: 87 colorful patterns for delicious felt creations: parfaits, small cakes, doughnuts, etcBeautiful crystal clear pictures and easy to follow patterns. Purchase this book here
By: Mwendas
Yearn Worthy Yarn: Be Sweet
2008-06-05 19:30:00
It warms my heart when I come across a company that touches all aspects of the triple bottom line - financial, social and environmental. It really gets my blood pumping when that company produces...
Yearn Worthy Yarn: Lion Brand Organic Cotton
2008-05-29 19:30:00
Like this post? Subscribe to our RSS feed and stay up to date. For many, access to a good LYS (local yarn shop) is practically nonexistent. The closest place to get yarn, any yarn (not including...
Yearn Worthy Yarn: Bijou Basin Ranch
2008-05-22 17:11:00
For those of you who have been following Yearn Worthy Yarn, you know that yarn is made from many different fibers and it’s not just sheep that get sheared (see: alpaca and musk ox, yup musk...
Meet your MAKER FAIRE: Me Crafty Jane. You Techie Tarzan.
2008-05-19 05:57:00
Name how many men you know who own power tools. Name how many men you know who own a sewing machine. You might be shaking your head thinking, “Well, that’s obvious.”… because...
Crochet Lace-Up Sides Off Shoulder
2008-05-19 03:52:00
Babydolls and Bikinis: Cami Sets 2Pc. Cotton Hand Knitten Crochet Off The Shoulder Top And Lace-Up Skirt Set. More details
Yearn Worthy Yarn: Nature?s Palette Organic
2008-05-15 19:45:00
At the beginning of May I attended the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival. It is a yarn lovers dream. A weekend to really geek out over fiber. Really, it was heaven. One of the things this festival...
Crochet Lace-Up Sides Off Shoulder
2008-05-10 04:19:00
Babydolls and Bikinis: Cami Sets 2Pc. Cotton Hand Knitten Crochet Off The Shoulder Top And Lace-Up Skirt Set. More details
Bohemian Crocheted Mini Dress
2008-05-09 06:17:00
Bohemian crocheted mini dress. View details, sizing, and add to cart
Yearn Worthy Yarn: Qiviut
2008-05-08 19:00:00
After the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge popped up in the news again, my mind couldn’t help but think of all of the great wildlife found in the arctic and in Alaska; the porcupine caribou, the...
Free People: Tie-Dye Crochet Top
2008-05-07 08:00:00
Free People Tie-Dye Crochet Top Bohemian styles with a modern sensibility have earned Free People a devoted following. Tie-dye jersey top with crocheted inset and ruching at bust. Double braided spaghetti straps cross at back. 26″ long, measured from shoulder. 100% cotton. Hand wash cold. Imported. Buy Free People Tie-Dye Crochet Top through Shopbop ($138).
Magic Scrubber 8 - Japanese Crochet Craft Book
2008-05-06 04:42:00
Magic Scrubber 8 - Japanese Crochet Craft BookPetite Boutique SeriesLanguage: JapanesePages: 80Condition: NewDimensions: 19 X 18 cmPatterns: 110 colorful patterns for beautiful crochet scrubbies.Beautiful crystal clear pictures and easy to follow patterns.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX-XXXXXXXPurchase more than USD 35 per transaction(excluding shipping) and recieve one free fat quarter of your choice. While stocks last.Purchase this book here
By: Mwendas
My First Crochet Scrubbers - Japanese Craft Book
2008-05-03 10:19:00
My First Crochet Scrubbers - Japanese Craft BookLanguage: JapanesePages: 48Condition: New, slight scratches on cover but otherwise in perfect condition.Patterns: 18 colorful patterns for beautiful srubbies.Beautiful crystal clear pictures and easy to follow full detailed patterns in color.Purchase this book here
By: Mwendas
Magic Scrubber 7 - Japanese Craft Crochet Book
2008-05-03 10:07:00
Magic Scrubber 7 - Japanese Craft Crochet BookLanguage: JapanesePages: 56Condition: NewDimensions: 19 X 18 cmPatterns: 52 colorful patterns for beautiful crochet patterns for animal mascots (ducks, bears, giraffes, lions, building blocks, buses,etc.Beautiful crystal clear pictures and easy to follow patterns. Perfect for beginners and little fingers.Purchase this book here
By: Mwendas
My First Crochet Amigurumi Animal Mascots - Japanese Craft Book
2008-05-03 06:14:00
My First Crochet Amigurumi Animal Mascots - Japanese Craft BookDate: July 2004, softcoverLanguage: JapanesePages: 48Condition: NewDimensions: 6 X 8 inchesPatterns: 13 colorful patterns for cute crochet patterns. Perfect for beginners and little fingers.Beautiful crystal clear picture and easy to follow patterns.Purchase this book here
By: Mwendas
Melissa Odabash: Crochet Cover-Up Dress
2008-04-25 06:00:00
Melissa Odabash Crochet Cover-Up Dress Melissa Odabash brings us a cover-up that’s every bit as brilliant as her bikinis. Crocheted lace cover-up with scoop neck and scalloped edges throughout. Cap sleeves. Semi-sheer. 34″ long, measured from center back. 60% viscose/40% cotton. Hand wash. Imported. Buy Melissa Odabash Crochet Cover-Up Dress through Shopbop ($242).
How to Crochet for Kids
2008-04-24 23:33:00
I taught my kids to crochet in steps. I have found that teaching kids how to hold their yarn for proper tension is pretty difficult. But kids can have fun learning to control and maneuver their crochet hook with an adults help and have great success without frustration.How to crochet for kids involves an adult who is willing to sit alongside a child. The adult must hold the yarn for the child while they learn how to use the crochet hook. I usually recommend using a G or H hook and worsted weight yarn for a beginner. Once the child has mastered a chain stitch there are a few projects they can work on with an adults help.One project would be a hair scrunchy. The child can crochet all the chain stitches, and the adult can make the single crochets onto the hair band. This example uses 10 chains, but yours can have more or less chains. You can even vary the lengths of the chains or use a variegated yarn if you wish. I would avoid novelty yarns (unless it is a ribbon yarn) because they ar...
Yearn Worthy Yarn: Tahki Sky
2008-04-24 20:27:00
Here in the District of Columbia, we have a very short window of time we call Spring before the oppressive heat and humidity descend like a hot wet blanket over the city for the Summer. Blessedly, we...
Grandma Craft Tips: How To Understand Crochet Basics
2008-04-11 16:07:00
To get started we can begin with crochet abbreviations to help you relate to the process. Crochet experts use the terms beg (Beginning) bet (Between), bk lp (Back loop) ch (chain), ch-(previous chain), cont (Continue), dc (double crochet), dec (decreasing), dtr (double/triple crochet), ft lp (Front loop), hdc (half-double crochet), inc (Increasing), lp (loops), and so on. Those who crochet must learn how to handle the hook, work jointly, chain stitch, slip knot, and crochet a single row. How to hook: To hold your hook you would start with a pencil. The hook may have a resting finger, which you can locate your thumbs to gain control. How to work in union: Once you have a hold on your hook, weave the thread/yarn so that your, left fingers have control, and can be used to apply pressure. Once you begin your project (Work), you want to use your thumb and the center left finger to press the stitches. How to slip knot: You want to form a shape-like pretzel by looping your yarn about, allo...
How to Crochet a Dishcloth
2008-04-11 03:42:00
If you want to learn how to crochet a dishcloth, you only need to know a few simple crochet stitches and you will be on your way to creating a great gift or home project for yourself. I like a dishcloth that is created by making your stitches in the back loops of your previous row. I have a few pictures demonstrating this here. The reason I like this, is that it creates texture in your dishcloth. Texture makes it easier to scrub your dishes clean.How to Crochet a DishclothBasic instructions:You will need worsted weight cotton yarn and a crochet hook (H, I, or J are fine)Make a chain about 12 inches in length.You can decide if you want your dishcloth to be single crochet, half double crochet or double crochet. Just pick one and stick to it.Row 1: if you pick sc, begin in your first stitch -- if you pick hdc, begin in the third stitch from your hook -- if you pick dc, begin in the fourth stitch from hookMake your stitches all the way across, then ch 1 for sc, or ch 2 for hdc, or ch 3 ...
Crochet Market Bag Pattern Coming Soon!
2008-04-10 04:42:00
Yes, you can crochet your own market bag! This crochet market bag pattern will give you ideas for variations in your bag which will inspire you to create one-of-a-kind bags for yourself. The basic premise: to create a flat circle for the base, then extend your base upward an inch or so, and fill the rest of your bag with a mesh that will stretch with your bag's contents. It will be pulled back together at the top with handles added. There are several techniques to do this. I have experimented with many different techniques and will give you what I think works the best for me. (I'm in the process of getting this written out.)First though, the benefits of using a crochet market bag.You are saving natural resources by going "green" and not adding more plastic bags to our country's landfills.Wide handles distribute the weight of your bag and do not cut into you hands like plastic does.The mesh bag sides expand with your contents.....perfect for adding a couple more items to your...
Hamanaka Double Ended Crochet Needles
2008-04-09 16:16:00
Beautiful colourful soft grips with aluminium hooks.The sizes of the hooks are indicates on the grip.Hooks0-2 1.75-1.5mm Pastel Purple4-6 1.25-1.0mm Pastel Pink8-10 .9 -.75mm WhitePurchase the individual hooks here
By: Mwendas
Cotton Yarns for Knitting and Crochet
2008-04-09 06:01:00
Our order for 20 grab bag cotton yarns for knitting and crochet from Peaches and Cremecame yesterday. It was like Christmas in April!Below is pictured just one of the grab bags. The cost for each grab bag was only $2.19 and with postage was approximately $3.00. We figured each item (including postage) cost about 50 cents. Everything looks very nice to work with. We are planning to use this yarn for making eco-friendly market bags to sell at craft shows. We are also planning to use these yarns, along with Lily Elite Cotton yarn, pattern, and crochet hook to make up "Make your own Market Bag Kits." We plan to sell them on our website, Crochet Collection, and at craft shows. I did a little research earlier on themed gift baskets (which are very popular) and plan to put several of those together this year!This is our first big effort using cotton yarn for knitting and crochet. Usually we use acrylic yarn, or 100% wool yarn, so it is a nice change.
ADAM: Crochet Trim Tank
2008-04-09 05:00:00
ADAM Crochet Trim Tank Of course ADAM delivered the exact layering piece we’ve been dreaming about.Knit top with V at neck and back. Semi-sheer crocheted trim at edges. 2″ straps. 26″ long, measured from shoulder. 95% viscose/5% nylon. Dry clean. Imported. Buy ADAM Crochet Trim Tank through Couture Candy ($265).
Yearn-Worthy Yarns: Green Mountain Spinnery
2008-04-03 18:55:00
Similar to Hope Spinnery in Maine that I featured a few weeks ago, Green Mountain Spinnery in Vermont creates their own yarn from United States-grown fibers (specifically alpaca, mohair, wool and...
Floral Crochet Motifs
2008-04-03 02:50:00
Today was the first spring -like day we have had in Wisconsin. The sun warmed the air, the grass turned greener and the birds sang gleefully. I found this free pattern that features one of many Floral Crochet Motifs. It so expressed the spring-like day that I thought I would link to it for your enjoyment. It features a bright floral square. The pattern is made in a placemat, but you could turn this into an afghan, or pillow, or use thread for a tablecloth or pillowcase edging -- you get the idea -- it's versatile!Floral Crochet SquareI will look for more great floral crochet motifs to add to this post!Enjoy!Please visit our website at Free Easy Crochet Patterns
Crochet and Knit for Charity
2008-04-02 02:48:00
This is my finished charity item.My daughter and I joined our new local crochet guild. They constantly receive donated yarn that members can take home to crochet and knit for charity. The last meeting I fell in love with this green TLC Wiggles Yarn. I knew it would make the cutest hat!I had some left over bright variegated yarn from another project and decided to use it for the top and bottom edging. I have enough yarn left to make an accompanying scarf. I wish I could see the look on the face of the youngster who will get this!Please visit our website Crochet Collection.
Free Crochet Bead Necklace Patterns
2008-04-01 03:46:00
Three Strand Necklace 28 Gauge WireG hook (we experimented with a variety of hooks and we liked how the G hook loops looked the best)assortment of beads (I prefer the beads to be the same size or have slightly larger beads toward the front)string your bead onto the wire before you crochet (amount of beads will vary with the length you want your necklace to be)leave about 5 inches of wire to work with for your closure on your necklaceCh 3, move bead up to where you are working and chain that bead in, ch 3, move bead up to where you are working and chain it in.....continue until you have the desired length. Leave 5 inches wire to work with for the closure.Make at least three of these chain lengths. You can make more or less. You can also space beads closer together or further apart if you prefer. I have made this pattern by varying the lengths of the wire -- by making each length slightly longer, the necklace will lay more flat, but may not look as full.Length will vary depending upon...
FREE Easy Crochet Patterns
2008-03-27 22:53:00
I am listing some FREE Easy Crochet Patterns. I don't know what you think, but doesn't it seem like our country is in a recession -- even though nobody will acknowledge that we are? Do you agree? The price of a grocery trip is going up, the price of gas is going up, taxes are going up, everything seems to cost more. So finding ways to trim the budget are good. Gift giving is one area where you can trim you budget by significant amounts! Using free easy crochet patterns and economy yarn (see my economy crochet yarns post), you can create most of your gifts this year for virtually nothing (but your time of course -- and most of us have more of this than money!)The kind of patterns you will find here are quick and easy and make thoughtful gifts. They are focused on simplicity, so if you are looking for a pattern that is more advanced, you won't find it here. These patterns are EEEzzzz!Four Hour ScarfCircle Pendant Necklace *I love this one!Seed Bead NecklaceSimply Hoops EarringsBead...
Yearn-Worthy Yarns: UK Farm Yarns
2008-03-27 18:55:00
Bright colors and unnaturally stretchy fibers are nice, but there are times when you just want to go back to the “classics.” Sourced from Wiltshire, Devon, Somerset and surrounding...
Free Crochet Patterns for Mile-a-Minute
2008-03-26 16:30:00
Today I am bringing you FREE crochet patterns for mile-a-minute accessories, afghans, and more! I love all of these free crochet patterns for mile-a-minute projects, and my very favorite piece is the Mile-a-minute sequins and beaded purse. I've added it to my ravelry queue, I like it so much!Take a look at these free crochet patterns for mile-a-minute projects, you'll surely find something that you want to make!Beaded Mile-a-Minute BraceletMile-a-Minute AfghanMile-a-Minute ScarfBeginner Mile-a-Minute ScarfMile-a-Minute Afghan PatternMile-a-Minute Sequins and Beaded Purse --GORGEOUS!!Mile-a-Minute AfghanMile-a-Minute Granny AfghanYou can also find great Free Crochet Patterns for Mile-a-Minute patterns at your local library! Mom and I were doing a joint mile-a-minute afghan many years ago, which, unfortunately, was never finished. I also have a pretty baby mile-a-minute baby afghan that I was making, and got exactly 1/2 way through it, and lost interest. I'll be posting a picture o...
Magic Square Crochet
2008-03-26 01:54:00
I have a magic square crochet potholder that my mother-in-law made for me several years ago. I absolutely LOVE IT! and still use it because it is very thick and durable. Some cheap store bought potholders have burned my fingers and I have dropped entire hot casseroles from burns through a cheap potholder. But the magic square crochet has always held up and washed like a charm. I have a link to a magic square crochet pattern. It is a very nice descriptive pattern with a lot of pictures so I know making one will be easy!This pattern calls for cotton yarn, but my mother-in-law made hers with acrylic. The one draw back with acrylic is that it can melt, but I have never had that problem with my potholder. Still, there are a lot of nice cotton yarns on the market now (many more than there used to be), so I would probably stick to cotton.Enjoy!Please visit our website at Easy Crochet Hat Patterns
Recycled Plastic : Artist Call for Submissions.
2008-03-24 19:57:00
Lark Books is a fantastic publishing company that brought us all kinds of art and craft books including the addictive “500 Series.” Every year they publish 60-70 new titles and invite...
Cotton Yarns for Knitting and Crochet
2008-03-24 02:32:00
Cotton Yarn StoreSpring is just around the corner, and it's time to start putting your wool sweaters and yarn back in the closet and switching to great cotton yarns for knitting and crochet projects! Cotton is also a great choice for those who are allergic to woolens. I know I love to use cotton yarns for knitting and crochet, the feel of the yarn is nice and crisp, smooth, and cool. Cotton yarns are also a good choice when you're looking for things you're going to use in the kitchen. Dish towels always seem to last longer when you are using cotton yarn! Acrylic yarn always starts to pill up after you've washed it several times. And any lint, especially if you're washing new towels, starts sticking to your yarn, making extra work for you to pick it off.Overall, I think using cotton yarns for knitting and crochet projects is a great choice! You can add some yarn to your stash by looking through my Cotton Yarn Store!I've got many great cotton yarns for all of your upcoming knit...
Illustrated Crochet Stitches
2008-03-24 01:24:00
Many people find illustrated crochet stitches to be helpful in learning a new crochet technique. I am going to show you how to crochet with any stitch in back loops only.First I want to tell you why you would want to only stitch into the back loops. By stitching only into back loops the front loop is left out and creates a long ribbing stitch down your row. If you continue this process through out the project, you will have these long ribbing stitches going down both sides of your work.I like these ribbing stitches because they create visual interest. This ribbing also gives the crocheted project more "give" or "stretch" which is perfect for a variety of patterns; like hats that need to fit a variety of size heads, or cuffs where you want flexibility to get your hand through, but a snug fit around your wrist.I mentioned that you can crochet with any stitch into the back loops. Some examples are using single crochet, half double crochet, and double crochet. These are the most basic c...
Easy Afghan Crochet Instructions
2008-03-23 22:35:00
A dear friend of mine made this lovely afghan for my third daughter when she was born.It is a great example that you can use for easy afghan crochet instructions.This afghan uses a very heavy weight yarn and a large hook. Checking a yarn weight scale, this yarn is a 6 on a scale of 6 which classifies it as "super bulky". I would use an N size hook to reproduce this blanket. There is only one stitch, single crochet, so if you can chain stitch and single crochet, you can make this lovely blanket.Easy Afghan Crochet Instructions:Use super bulky weight yarn and N hook.Entire afghan is made by working in the back loops only.Note: If you have never worked in back loops only check out the picture at the bottom.Chain76Row 1: Single crochet in second stitch from hook and in every stitch across, chain 1 and turn (there are 75 stitches total)Row 2: Single crochet in every stitch, chain 1 and turn(there are 75 stitches total)Note: I had crocheted for over thirty years before I discovered that...
Economy Crochet Yarns YES!!!
2008-03-23 01:18:00
A few days ago I posted an article about economy crochet yarns. I listed a variety of places to find them. Today I stumbled upon my own find.....and yes.......it was FREE!!! This is a moss green micro fiber (chenille) type of yarn. Inside the cone it says 2500 (I think it is 2500 yards/meters). This cone is HUGE! I found this free item from "freecycle" You can google this term and find a "freecycle" group near you. The main rule with freecycle is that there is no transaction at all. The items wanted or offered must be free. The lady that listed this yarn on freecycle said she bought it for $20 on e.bay. She planned to knit a sweater from it. Having never gotten around to using it, she is now selling her house and needs to get rid of stuff. I am thinking this cone will make a million crocheted, beaded necklaces, bookmarks, and possibly even my bedroom curtains! Yippee!!I love economy crochet yarns!Please check out my website at Knit and Crochet Hat Patterns.
Crochet Beginner Hat
2008-03-22 01:19:00
A hat is a perfect beginner project for someone learning how to crochet. I will share a few free crochet beginner hat patterns with you. Several of these patterns can be made in a few hours (or less), so a beginner will feel successful from the very beginning. You can find the hats atChunky Beginner HatDouble Crochet HatEasy Single Crochet HatSuper Simple HatThick Double Crochet HatCrochet Hat All of these patterns are very easy and fast to make up. They are all different so you should be able to find one that suits your needs. This past year we made hats for Christmas gifts -- everyone loved them. Would a crochet beginner hat would make a very nice gift for someone on your gift list this year? You may be able to make a couple in an evening! Wouldn't that be great!Please check out our website at Knit and Crochet Hat Patterns where we are adding our own original hat designs! You can never have enough hats (kind of like shoes!)
Yearn-Worthy Yarns: Hope Spinnery
2008-03-20 17:31:00
Like this post? Subscribe to our RSS feed and stay up to date.Nestled in the peaceful beach bordering countryside of southern Maine, you’ll find one of the most sustainable yarn companies on...
Economy Crochet Yarns
2008-03-19 15:15:00
There are many ways to find economy crochet yarns. I will list a few places:Free!! - This is the best. Does everyone know that you crochet? Put out the word. Many times people have yarn that they intended to use, but never did (or started a project and didn't finish it -- YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN!). Rather than throw it out, or donate it, they may give it to you if they know you are always in the market for yarn.Garage sales - This is the best place to find economy crochet yarns. Many times you can get a box or bag full of yarn for one dollar (or two). Buy this yarn! Remember, yarn can be washed, so even if it looks a bit dusty or dingy, most times it can be hand washed and will look good as new.Thrift Stores - This is generally the second best place to find economy crochet yarn. It usually costs more than garage sales, but is usually less than half the price of new yarn.Clearance Shopping - This is hit or miss. Always check out the clearance areas of every craft store you visit. Somet...
Free Crochet Grape Doily
2008-03-19 01:27:00
I have a collection of doilies in my hope chest. Some were made by my Grandma, and others were lovingly made by others and now I am the lucky recipient (i.e. garage sale finds). I have found three free crochet grape doily patterns to share with you. Many thanks to the authors who provided these patterns for free.Grape DoilyGrape Harvest DoilyWild Grape DoilyThank you for visiting my blog. Please be sure to check out my website at Knit and Crochet Hat Patterns.
Artifacts: Caution! You are Entering a Go Spin Zone.
2008-03-18 15:49:00
It’s a warm sunny day in a quaint suburban park. Children are filing in line for a turn on the slide, but a bakers dozen have gathered around a picnic blanket under a nearby tree. Puzzled...
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