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  1. Here is my latest free pattern - the last one from 2020! hooray for saying goodbye to 2020! https://kickincrochet.com/candle-cozy-free-crochet-pattern/
  2. So, I recently found some old thread my grandmother had given me that used to belong to her mother in law (possibly? We aren't quite sure...). Inside the cardboard I found some old snowflake/doilie beauties and was inspired to try my hand at my own! Im quite happy with how my first one turned out!
  3. Hi everyone, I am trying to truly create a pattern for the first time. I have altered/ modified patterns before to suit my tastes and that's been a useful learning tool, but now I am wanting to create from the ground up. Here's what I have: - I know I want it to be a triangular shawl - I know what I want the pattern to look like, I have drawn it out. - I know which way I want it to work, which is from the bottom tip upwards ( not from the center neck outward, and not in vertical rows, and not one long chain and decreasing my way down) - it's going to be a
  4. Looking for this pattern that my sister-in-law and I saw on a Facebook thread crochet group very recently. The crocheter said that she finished this recently from a pattern she found on Google or Pinterest some time ago, and said that was the only information she had. I've spent more hours than I'd like to admit searching for it this weekend, and my sister-in-law has put in quite a few hours herself. Any help appreciated!
  5. There is a very talented person called Honorata who I usually meet during craft markets. She sells her wonderful crochet works. A week ago I found her in Szreniawa - a Museum of Agriculture near my town Poznań. There was an Easter market - you could buy any hand made items you could think of. There were workshops for kids and they could watch farm animals - even chicks hatching out of eggs. When I met Honorata, I bought a beautiful lace egg from her. I didn't plan to make any Easter decorations this year, but that egg was talking to me... and talking... and talking... So finally I made my
  6. Hiya, So while cleaning out some of my crochet stash, I had an idea I thought was totally brilliant. The problem is that I don't know if its completely possible and kind of don't want to try if its not going to work. Anyways, I rediscovered a single motif pattern that I've managed to adapt to be able to crochet it into an endless pattern in nearly any shape, so my next thought is whether I can turn this motif into clothing. I mean this as in does anyone know if it would be possible to crochet pieces of a dress/shirt/skirt pattern from a sewing pattern then sew the edges together wit
  7. Let me introduce my lacy handbag Once I found out I don't have any cream coloured small handbag to match my dress… So I decided to make one. I crocheted the same squares as I used for my daughter's dress. I made the bag's base of felt so it won't stretch. The flower is the pin because I couldn't decide if I want the flower or not
  8. Hi Everyone! We all know that gift-giving time is approaching and you might be looking for some pretty things to add to your list, if you are going to be giving handmade gifts this year. Adalene is ideal for you! It is relatively easy and it works up really fast, doesn't take up an entire skein of yarn and you can whip up several to give away to female friends, relatives, co-workers, etc, who love feminine cowls. This pattern has been very popular at Craftybegonia blog and I want to share it with you all. It is also great for those of you who crochet for charity, since the winter months are cr
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