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  1. Hi! I am looking for a 2D motif pattern of a pineapple fruit (not a pineapple stitch!) that I can crochet into a recurring pattern as a colour change on a baby blanket. The babys mum love pineapples and I'm struggling to find anything that isn't pineapple stitch, which as someone who doesn't crochet she probably wont get the reference. Any ideas would be massively appreciated thank you! Georgia
  2. 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 own too. Well, for the first one I just copied the one I bought, but making the second and the third one I changed some elements. I gave my eggs to my mum and my mother-in-law.
  3. Hi all, I have just completed a new bag design with textured pineapple motifs. I used three different coloured yarn to create an ombre effect with black and greys. The handles are made of two layers of different coloured yarn and joined using slip stitches. The contrasting colours are shown on the top of the handles. What you do think?
  4. Apak

    Candle jars

    I made some jar covers for my candle holders. Two with purple ribbon were gifts. Three among the shells (my souvenir from France) are on my window sill. Four white with pineapple pattern were gifts for my daughter's teachers for Teacher Day (that was yeasterday here in Poland). The jars are recycled yoghurt glass containers
  5. Hi! I am looking for a pattern from a Crochet Today magazine that I have no idea what the date or issue number was. It was in a section titled "Handmade Wedding", and is an oval pineapple shawl worked with Aunt Lydia's Bamboo Crochet Thread, size 3, with an E hook. It was on pages 28-31. I spilled Coke on what I found to be my only copy & it is a mess! Can anyone help?
  6. Here is a beautiful pineapple motif! In addition to a written pattern, there is an extensive photo step-by-step. You can get 2 cloths out of on ball of a solid color dishcloth cotton.I hope you enjoy making this fun , and quick project! For the free pattern go here: PINEAPPLE MOTIF CLOTH Maria
  7. My mom loves apple-picking so I thought this would make a nice mini apple bag for her. It's a tote done in pineapple lace stitch, and it fits about 2-4 skeins of yarn, 5-6 apples, or even... wait for it... 1 pineapple! I decided to add a rose for some pop of color. Here are the patterns, hook sizes, and yarn I used: Yarn: Caron Simply Soft (Dark Red), and a worsted weight green/brown/white variegated yarn I got a while back (...can't remember the brand name, sorry) Hooks: 3.25 mm and 3.5 mm for the rose / 3.75 mm for the bag Patterns: Pineapple Lace Market bag and Rose Merry Xmas Eve~! - Di
  8. Hi all, I have never attempted a shawl before as I live in sunny Singapore and it never occurred to me to make one. I saw several beautiful designs online and decided to try making one. The basic pattern is one that I have designed for two different bags. Here are the photos of the completed project: I am almost done writing up the pattern with photos included and will be looking for pattern testers soon. Would love comments on the design before I post for testers. Thanks for looking.
  9. Here are my 2 clothespin angels. I'm so proud of them, because I made them pineapple dresses and I didn't have the pattern! And some of my snowflakes.... I have more of course! And here is how I decorated the wooden candle holders And one of my favourite flat angels this year! They look like bells! The author of the project is Mrs Honorata Weihe - she sells her crochet works on Christmas market in my town. My aunt bought me one and I so fell in love that I made mine.
  10. Hi all, I have just posted my original pattern for this shawl on all my online stores on Etsy, Ravelry and Craftsy. Do pop by if you are interested in this one-piece shawl. No joining necessary as I hate having to weave in ends and sewing parts together =) here's the link to the pattern: https://www.etsy.com/listing/160067758/lacy-wrap-around-shawl-crochet-pattern? For those who are keen, I am also selling the three pieces of samples I have completed as I really don't need them in sunny Singapore. =)
  11. With those of you ladies who will soon be beginning your Holiday crocheting (and in a very special way for those of you who include charity items) I would like to share this necktie. It is simple, pretty and works up very fast. You can wear it around your neck in place of a scarf or you can put it on top of a turtleneck, either way it will look lovely and give you some easy warmth. You will find the free pattern here: http://craftybegonia.blogspot.com/2012/07/splendid-orchid-necktie.html Enjoy! Clotilde
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