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Found 13 results

  1. eMLee Crochet

    Follow Your Arrow Crochet Pillow

    New free pattern up on my blog. Have a looksy and give it a go. https://wordpress.com/view/holyrollinhooker.wordpress.com
  2. eMLee Crochet

    Pug Face Pillow Cover

    The perfect pillow for your pug to plop on. Check out the pattern in my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/listing/571184549/pug-face-pillow-cover-crochet-pattern?ref=shop_home_active_3
  3. My name is Julie Mitchell, and I own Paradox Art Glass. I am a hot glass and metal artist, and make handmade art accessories for crocheters, knitters, weavers and other fiber artists. I have been working in hot glass and metal for almost 10 years. All of my items are handmade in my private studio in Huntsville, Alabama. I have been working with Crochetville owners Donna and Amy (who is also my fantabulous elder sister, to be fully transparent!) for many years. They carry my products at shows, and use same to accessorize their own gorgeous, handmade garments and works of art! Among other items, I create handmade glass and metal shawl pins, *WATERPROOF* buttons, jewelry, sculptures, business card holders, and lampwork glass beads. If you do not see what you are looking for, please send me a message. I pride myself on customer service, and wish all my customers to be ecstatic with their purchases from me. If you are seeking an item I do not make, I will happily refer you to a reputable artist who can help you, if at all possible. I have recently reopened my Etsy store, which may be found at www.etsy.com/shop/ParadoxArtGlass. When you get a chance, please check me out! ALL CROCHETVILLE MEMBERS GET A 15% RE-OPENING STORE DISCOUNT, GOOD FOR YOUR ENTIRE ORDER, THROUGH MARCH 31, 2016. USE COUPON CODE: CVILLE16 I ACCEPT PAYPAL, CREDIT CARDS AND ETSY GIFT CARDS. Over the next several days, I will post my new items in the "What's New" section of Indie business.
  4. Mamainastitch

    Crochet Pendleton Selvage Rug

    This is a link to instructions on how I crocheted a Pendleton Selvage Rug with Pom Poms. It was so much fun, and I love how it turned out. If you know how to crochet in the round, you can do this! It's also nice to make an Eco-friendly project. Enjoy! http://www.mamainastitch.com/?p=168
  5. Mamainastitch

    Pendleton Selvage Rug

    Hi! I wanted to post a rug that I recently crocheted. I am really happy with how it turned out....even though I was nervous when I got the box of selvage (it looked overwhelming!) Thank you for looking! I'm enjoying looking at all of your finished projects! Here's the link where I wrote about the process of making it :-) http://www.mamainastitch.com/?p=168
  6. HerterCrochetDesigns

    Mandala Coaster

    Here is a project I made while testing a crochet pattern for LillaBjornCrochet. She designs lovely mandalas for the home. The one below is one of her simpler designs. She also designs large, very intricate mandalas as well.
  7. misshanners428

    Table Runner

    Hi! I just finished making a table runner yesterday. Actually, it was originally made to be a scarf but I made it too wide! I'm selling it, if anyone is interested (also taking custom orders), in my etsy store! Here it is: https://www.etsy.com/listing/182363141/crochet-table-runner?
  8. Mab6060

    Cheery Spring Wreath

    Welcome spring with a cheery wreath for your door or wall. This one is so easy to customize. I pinned the decorations in place so that I can remove, move or add to them as the months go by. The wreath has a styrofoam core and you can use any size you like. Make as many of the decorations as you like or create your own, it even looks good with just a simple bow! Make it your own. I used worsted weight cotton yarn in 7 colors but you can use any type of yarn you like and as many colors as you like, this one is a great stash buster! Pattern available here: http://pattern-paradise.com/2014/03/16/free-crochet-pattern-spring-wreath/ Follow me on Facebook and my blog for updates and more free patterns! http://www.facebook.com/patternparadise http://www.pattern-paradise.com
  9. Pukado

    my Birdies <3

    Winter was long this year and I was craving for spring when I made these, I just love them!
  10. Bowl & Waste Bin Cover Made in bobble effect design, easy to follow, written in both UK and USA format. http://www.patternsforcrochet.co.uk/bowl-waste-bin-covers-usa.html
  11. From now through Cyber Monday!!! Buy 3 Patterns, Get 3 Free!!! Click on the link below to browse through all of the patterns available on the Crochet Village website. http://www.crochetvillage.com/ :cheer:cheer
  12. Crochet Village

    Halloween Owl Door Hanging

    Whoooooo's walking up to my door????? Let this Halloween Owl Door Hanging greet your visitors this October!!! He's made with two strands of worsted weight yarn and a K hook and works up really quick!!!! He's got his witches hat on and he's ready for the Trick or Treaters that will be knocking on your door. Order your pattern today and get started with a really unique door hanging!!! Click on the link below for more info!! Skill Level: Intermediate http://www.crochetvillage.com/holidays.htm
  13. dbkn5

    Doily #24

    Just to see if I could do it (as my grandmother did long ago) ... worked with size 30 thread on a size 10 (US) steel hook for this #24 Doily, designed by Fujiko Tagaki, from vintage issue of Decorative Crochet magazine (#12, Nov 1989, some copies appear to be available on Amazon)
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