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  1. One tunisian and two ribbed style made as gifts. Daisy coaster for the kitchen. (haven't decided if I'll make more.
  2. https://www.crochetanyway.com/2020/06/star-light-star-bright.html
  3. This hanging dishtowel features both the alpine stitch and the waffle stitch. It makes a lovely gift. https://www.crochetanyway.com/2020/05/april-showers-bring-may-flowers.html https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/morning-glory-hanging-dishtowel https://www.etsy.com/listing/812562031/morning-glory-hanging-dishtowel?ref=shop_home_feat_2
  4. Check out this hanging dishtowel. It's made with corner to corner but with double crochet two together (dc2tog) rather than normal double crochets. but it's really just as easy and it has an open block/square where the flower will poke through so that you can hang it. https://www.crochetanyway.com/2020/06/turn-new-corner-dishtowel.html
  5. https://www.crochetanyway.com/2019/06/every-heart-beats-true-under-red-white.html Fairly easy pattern for napkin rings. Stars and Stripes Napkin Rings.
  6. Cute pumpkin square. Pattern is for making a pumpkin blanket Can be found on yarnspiration site, Repeatcrafter me. I’m using it as a dishcloth with minor change
  7. Here are several double layered towel toppers that I have crocheted. The first ones are the pointed towel topper pattern. The last blue one is the waffle towel topper pattern. All of these towel toppers were made using the no-sew double layered method. I look for towels after the season and buy most at 50% off clearance. These will be for a fundraiser at my local nursing home.
  8. Here are some dollar store towels transformed using this double layered towel topper pattern. You just fold over the towel and crochet the towel topper onto the top without sewing or cutting. The jingle bells were also from the dollar store. I crocheted these for our local nursing home fundraiser this week.
  9. Here is my latest recycled plastic bag basket. It is crocheted from green plastic grocery bags. I filled it with a kitchen set including a towel topper and matching dishcloth. This is another item that was given for an upcoming fundraiser to the local nursing home. More info and the free patterns are found here if anyone is interested in making these type of items.
  10. I have been crocheting more dishcloths for an upcoming charity fundraiser. Here is a new pattern I just tried called The Ship's Helm. This is a super fast and easy dishcloth pattern. Here are three cloths I did in the pattern. Then I crocheted 2 star dishcloths using My Star Dishcloth pattern. These were done with different bits of leftover cotton scraps I had on hand.
  11. Here are three towel toppers I crocheted using some holiday kitchen towels. I added a jingle bell for the closures. I finished them up for some co-workers for Christmas gifts. I just bought two more towels today that were half price and hope to make a few more this week. I used this towel topper pattern.
  12. Here is a recycled jar that a flower arrangement came in. It was just such a pretty green that I used it to stuff two dishcloths in for a charity fundraiser. I added a strand of ribbon around the rim for an embellishment. Here is a closeup of the houndstooth stitch cloth. This was my first attempt of a dishcloth with this new stitch I recently learned.
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