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  1. I'm hosting a Crochet Charm Lace Along, with lots of support over at my blog, in hopes of enticing you to try this interesting technique! Crochet Charm Lace is made of separate motifs that can be made in any yarn, any fiber, any size. Gauge is not important. (Did you break into a smile when you read that last bit?) Basically, you crochet and finish a bunch of motifs. Arrange and pin them face-down on a fabric template (it will not be part of your finished project). Sew the motifs together wherever they touch. Remove pins and fabric, turn over the finished piece, and be amazed!
  2. A bunch of necklaces that I designed and have been trying to sell. These I thought would also be pretty embellished with little decrative pins. I thought about crocheting little flowers attached to pin backings for these. This one I want to embellish with watch gears and glass pearl beads to make it more "Steampunk-ish" I thought these would also look nice with small charms/pendants hanging from the center petals.
  3. Are you the type of crocheter who can “wing it” when you want to make something? Do you just “make it up as you go along” but you really don't care about writing patterns down? Then perhaps you’d like to participate in a new project I’m developing. I would like to put together a pattern book for “state squares” – each square will be designed to pay tribute to or make you think of a specific state. (Think along the lines of the state quarters.) Maybe the square would have a simple rendition of the state flower or bird? Or something that makes you think of that state – gold rush for Cal
  4. Okay, self praise is no praise, this I know. But I am really loving this pattern and I can't wait to finish writing it up and make it available for sale. This is the same pattern as the two afghans in the next post, the only difference is a different colour palette and one stitch difference. I'd previously made a 'Flowers' afghan, so this one was made to show the 'Stars'. And for some reason, I thought of the American flag (different types of stars, I know!) and thought this might look quite spiffy in red, white and blue. I hope you like it, too! As soon as the weather gets better and brig
  5. Thought I would never be done with this one... it took so long - there are so many color changes, and so many ends to weave in! I like the way it turned out though - I'm very pleased with it. The pattern is Spanish Tiles from the book 50 Sensational Crocheted Afghans & Throws. ETA: This afghan is now for sale in my Etsy shop.
  6. New pattern and tutorial: Puff Flower Heart Motif This can be used a crochet art to hang on the wall or a center piece to an afghan or baby blanket. Or how about a jacket? Skies the limit! As always you can find the link to the pattern below the video in the description box. Meladora's Creations
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