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  1. Here is a matching potholder and dishcloth I crocheted using a granny stitch. Here is the granny stitch potholder pattern and the granny dishcloth pattern I used. These are both going into a basket I am putting together for this year's Relay for Life fundraiser.
  2. Just wanted to share a basic granny stitch potholder pattern that I crocheted. This is for a Mother's Day gift for my Mom and I wrote up the pattern if anyone wants to make one. The front panel is in granny stitch and the back panel is done in single crochet stitching to provide a thick protective backing for the potholder.
  3. This is my polka dot heart square. It's crocheted using a variety of post stitches and bobbles on a sc background. This is an intermediate pattern that can be crocheted using one solid color, or contrasting colors as shown. Note: this pattern assumes that you are already familiar with color changing techniques. Pattern can be purchased here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/polka-dot-heart-square Thanks for looking!
  4. After my mother passed away a couple of years ago, I got a few things that she had crocheted, including an afghan, scarf, hat and a hotpad. I really liked the hotpad, and it was looking well-used, so I finally sat down this morning and studied it, and then recreated it. I wrote down how I did it, but since I'm not sure if she got it from a book or what I can't publish it anywhere, so I just thought I'd show it off On the right is the original one that I brought home and on the left is the one I did. Now, the other side of hers is solid white, but I made both of my motifs exactly the same. I think I'll make some more, it's a really good stashbusting project.
  5. Hello! After yet another dry spell, I've started designing again. This is my newest design. A cupcake potholder. Doesn’t it just make you want to bake something? The pattern is available on Ravelry here, or you can purchase from my website here. This is not a step by step tutorial, but I have added several photos with detailed notes explaining stitch placement for working along the ends of rows and the edging so most crocheters should find this to be an easy pattern. FINISHED SIZE: 10 x 10 inches at widest points MATERIALS: Size G/6/4.25mm hook; worsted weight cotton yarn*: 2.5 oz cake color, 2.5 oz icing color, 3 yds red; tapestry needle; 1” plastic ring; sewing needle; sewing thread to match icing color. *Sugar’n Cream yarn in Warm Brown, Pastel Print, Country Yellow, Rose Pink, and Red were used for sample projects. GAUGE: 4 sc stitches and 4 sc rows per 1 inch Thank you for looking!!
  6. Here is my log cabin potholder pattern that I made to go along with my log cabin dishcloth. I used an apple jug ring for the loop so that's why it's a bit larger. These are both crocheted using scraps of cotton that I had.
  7. Here is a Valentine heart hotpad that I crocheted. I used some reclaimed red cotton yarn I got from unraveling a thrift store vest. I may use this as a little Valentine's gift but I'm tempted to keep it for myself.
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