Tag: Fine Weight

Harvest Splendor Cowl

A beautiful way to acknowledge the changing season, the Harvest Splendor Cowl blends fall colors and wheatsheaf arches to create a lovely autumn neckwarmer. It’s perfect to wear on hayrides, trips to the pumpkin patch or visits to the cider mill.

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Sunflower Necklace

With only a ball chain and a crochet flower you can make a cute necklace very easily. Vary with the pattern, the yarn and the colors to make a necklace that matches your style. I’ve designed five different flower necklaces so that you can choose the one you like best: Dahlia, Waterlily, Sunflower, Forget-me-not and Papaver.

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Felix Faux Fur-Lined Cowl

It’s always fun to be able to combine crafts like crochet and sewing, and this cowl features both! If you’re new to either craft, don’t worry; Felix is still the perfect project for you. As shown, the lining is a faux fur fabric which can be found on the bolt at a fabric store. You might also consider fleece or another soft fabric if fur isn’t your thing. Top things off with a handmade monogrammed tag, and you have a completely personalized gift for someone special.

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All is Calm Mandala Sachet

These little mandala sachets are fun to make with stash yarn but especially nice when made with alpaca yarn. The softness of alpaca invites squishing which releases the wonderful scent of lavender. Crocheting/knitting friends will appreciate the moth repellent quality of these sachets for their yarn stashes. Non-crafty friends will love the lavender scent when used as drawer sachets. They make a nice holiday gift and are easily personalized since there are so many color combinations to play with.

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Quick & Scrappy Ornaments

Remember the ornaments of yesteryear created with giant foam balls and strips of fabric? Relive this Christmas tradition of your childhood with this adorable crocheted version that’s perfect for scrap yarn.

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Rockin’ Round Mandala

These mandalas can enhance your home décor in more than one way: use them as festive coasters in the dining room or spruce up your kitchen and holiday meals by using these as attractive and functional trivets. Bring both beauty and utility into your home with this delightful design.

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Moonlit Shells Shawl

This pretty summer shawl is crocheted with a simple repeat of double crochet stitches and chains and a large hook to create great drape. Crocheted from the bottom tip to the top, a lovely beaded edging is added around all three sides.

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Elsie Granny Square Tank

More than often, we are surprised to realize the newest creations work because they freshen up a classic. Granny square for example, is one of the most traditional forms of crochet, however it never gets old. With a touch of retro colors and hypnotizing lines, this granny square top definitely gives you a trendy look.

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