I have had a request to see an enlargement of the banner photo of my blog. 😀 I am having a little trouble with that. But, here are a few photos I found in my blog gallery for starters. Oh, my goodoness . . . . I forgot how much I love crochet doodles!!!
Some crochet ‘doodles’
Well, I found one version of my favorite doodle photo. It’s all ‘dolled up’! What do you think???
Here is where I found most of my favorite flowers. A very nice book by Lesley Stanfield 100 Flowers to Knit & Crochet
Gotta run! Happy Monday morning to you all. Enjoy your day, and do not forget to set aside some time for your crafty self!!! ~GMa Ellen
What are your thoughts on short rows? There are several methods, to be sure. Sooo . . . what’s your favorite???
To work short rows is a basic skill every knitter should have. This technique is good for a multitude of projects and is one that is good to know by heart because of its uses. Although you already know some ways to work them, we don’t want to leave out other new ways, who […]
Source: How to work japanese short rows – The Blog – US/UK
Ooooh . . . I love My Picot website. Isn’t this pretty???
MyPicot | Free crochet patterns
Source: MyPicot | Free crochet patterns
Wow. I am so impressed with this video tutorial that I just have to share!!! I had no idea you could do Broomstick Lace with knitting.
Cast on with multiples of 5 stitches. Two row pattern repeat. What could be more simple? I’ll just have to try it to decide I guess. (Dropping yarn overs are just so . . . fiddly)
iknitwithcatfur tutorials are wonderfully done. She makes it all seem so easy.
Please! Tell me what you think…what would you do with this lovely stitch pattern???
This is a lovely crochet stitch!!! I think I need to give it a try . . . Fanfare is a beautiful crochet pattern that\’s delicate and elegant without being too difficult. You can make something lovely in any weight of yarn.
Source: Try This Stitch: Fanfare Crochet – Lion Brand Notebook
Wowzers . . . 12 pages of knitting chart symbols! (I need to print this out) Many thanks to Knittingfool.com
The Knittingfool.com Knitting Chart Symbols is a listing of knitting symbols collected from a large collection of knitting books and publications.
Source: Knitting Chart Symbols
No matter how great your pattern is, or how skilled you are in your craft, yarn will always make or break your work. Yarn does matter, and telling the difference between one yarn and the next is essential for the quality of the finished product.
Follow this link to get: 7 Important Yarn Facts
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I simply must try this . . . soon
Although it looks intricate, it really only requires knowledge of the chain, double crochet, and slip stitch.
Source: How to crochet the yo-yo pattern (video tutorial)
You don\’t need a high-end digital camera to take photos of your finished projects and do it well. Photography is about skill, not equipment
Source: How to Take Project Photos with Your Phone – Lion Brand Notebook