Link parties are cropping up all over the net, so I thought I’d host one here.  This one is limited to crochet – and to your original design(s).  You don’t need to have a pattern available – although everyone will ask!  The idea is for us to see all the wonderful crochet designs that are being created daily in the family rooms and kitchens and waiting rooms all over the world!  I know you have them, those things you’ve dreamt up yourself, freeformed, or dramatically altered from an existing pattern.  If you did start with a published pattern (free or not), please credit the original designer.

So here’s your chance to grab your few minutes of internet fame!  In the Comments Section below, just post a link to your design.  It must have a picture.  Otherwise how will we be able to see how cool it is?  So, get busy photographing and posting.  I can’t wait to see all the crochet goodies.

The doily pictured here is NOT my own design, but it is Sheila of Sheila’s Schnauzzie’s original pattern, so I’m posting it here for her – because it’s my favorite doily pattern ever!  I’ve made a bunch of doilies, but not original designs.  To get to this pattern (only free until about June, 2012), go to the page, then scroll down to Pond Lilly No. 1 .  Hope you enjoy making it as much as I did!

Now, it’s your turn.  Post away!

By jd wolfe


9 Comments so far

  1. Debbie T on April 27, 2012 5:26 am

    Thank you for the link party! Check out my creations at

  2. Anastacia on April 27, 2012 9:42 am

    Here’s my latest crochet design, called 36 on 3-6

  3. Anastacia on April 27, 2012 9:43 am

    It would really help to include the link

  4. Jaime Maraia on April 27, 2012 10:16 am

    Hi everybody! I’m Jaime. This is a link to some crochet-covered pens that I designed. I think they’d make cool Mother’s day presents!

    Thank you so much for checking it out!

  5. Marie/Underground Crafter on April 27, 2012 1:33 pm

    How fun! Here’s the link to my Chubby Sheep project (which includes a link to the free pattern):

  6. Wanda on April 28, 2012 11:55 am

    Here is the url to the dishcloth I developed using a stitch pattern JD posted for how she makes some of her baby blankets. Therefore, it’s called the JD Cloth. :)
    The pattern is in .pdf form. If anyone wants it, you can email me at butterflycrochet at gmail dot com.

  7. Ashley on April 29, 2012 2:30 am
  8. Jeanette on April 29, 2012 3:14 pm

    a few things I’ve designed, and more I am working on, problem is, I don’t have a website, a blog or anything like that. Wouldn’t even know where to begin. Another problem is trying to the upkeep, since I really don’t like being on computer that much, and having to write something daily, Yikes, all my free time would go to the blog, and not crocheting. Also, having to take pictures and post them to the blog, another thing I don’t know how to do.

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