Aren’t these sooooo pretty?

They’re featured on a little blog you might find interesting – and useful.  If you want to learn a new stitch, try visiting this blog and following the tutorials there – many with color photos and patterns too!  To me, this is very inspirational.  Makes me want to pick up a hook and yarn to create whatever the featured item is.  I find it especially helpful to have a photo, good schematics, and an easy pattern so I can work on the stitch RIGHT NOW!  What do you think?

There are several hat patterns at this site.  Here’s one that looks especially easy and warm:

Here’s a direct link to the hat:

Here’s a link to a tutorial for the shell cap that the Crochet Mania owner just published:

And, finally, here’s another pretty – but simple – flower.  There’s lots more at this site.  Check it out!

By jd wolfe


4 Comments so far

  1. Denise Felton on November 30, 2008 6:36 am

    Me, too! The second I saw these flowers I wanted to grab a crochet hook and try them. They’d make gorgeous embellishments on….everything!

  2. Brooke on January 16, 2009 6:23 am

    These flowers are beautiful, but I’m searching for a pattern for fingerless mittens with pullover tops. I don’t know if they have a proper name, but could someone help?

  3. Betty Buckley on July 8, 2009 1:29 pm

    I would like to know if this is the web site that cantained the information about the lady who had crocheted a thread Christmas rectangle tablecloth. It was lovely. I saw it once and thought that I had bookmarked it but appearaly, I did not because, now, I can not find it. Help, please. I thought sure that it was on this web site.

  4. jd wolfe on July 8, 2009 1:59 pm

    hi betty,
    i sure don’t recognize a thread christmas tree tablecloth. i hope you can find it. if you do, please share the source with us.

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