I saw this while chillin’ on Pinterest and I thought “What a true and clever t-shirt! I’ma buy one!” It wasn’t until I went to check out, all set to pay a reasonable $21.95 on Teespring.com that it hits me in the face. The shirt that hails to the awesomeness that is crochet portrays a set of knitting needles!!!! EPIC FAIL! I had to laugh and did I ever! I’ll be saving my money on this one for now, thank you.
I feel in love with this pattern the moment I saw it! What I think I like about it so much is the combo of t-shirt yarn, color, and simplicity. You can, of course, make yours whatever color you like but take a moment and bask in this completed project’s beauty. There now. Don’t you feel inspired?
I am mesmerized by folks that can micro-crochet. I ran across this amazing blog posting from http://kimlapsley.blogspot.com/?m=1. And there’s more! So much more! Octopus, dragons, grizzly bears!!! And this stag which is my personal favorite measuring in at only 2.5 cm. That’s just insanely tiny.
Check it out when you have a second. So much fun!
I have had this pattern for a while and I finally found the perfect yarn for it! This was easier than I thought with the brim. Top it off with tiny wooden buttons and I’d say it’s pretty close to the pattern picture. Yeah buddy! I done good!
Want the pattern? Get it here!
I am becoming a huge fan of granny squares and when I saw this one I just couldn’t help myself! Imagine the possibilities of this one in a giant blanket! Thank you Sewrella.com for the creativity! Saucy!
Want an easy sweater for the little guy or gal in your life? Look no further. If you can pull off the gradient in there as well, more power to you. I think it adds a nice interest to such a simple pattern. Look at that kid! They love it!
When I think of afghans I usually think of the granny square or ripple kind like my mom made me when I was a kid. But this one has a unique, light and airy feel that I just can’t ignore! Maybe it’s the colors, maybe it’s the eyelets in the pattern, but I think this the perfect afghan to crochet for the Summer.
I love the lacy look of this Summer dress! I was looking at the instructions and honestly I couldn’t make heads or tails of it but a more experienced crocheter than I might be able to. Seriously, the instructions are on, like, 4 lines. How that translate to this…baffling.