Shopping around I found this sweater and a fine use crochet indeed! There’s no pattern or anything. I just thought it was lovely inspiration for how you might fit your own work into everyday items. But if you want to check out this sweater for yourself, visit the Shein website. It has a bit of romance in it, does it not?
The first hat I ever crafted was knitted but it wasn’t nearly as cute as this! A sleepy koala for an active baby. What could be better? Thanks to Littleredwindow.com for sharing this one!
Here is yet another in a long line of tote bags that I am dying to have! Thanks to Tolt Yarn and Wool for sharing! It seems pretty simple. A few folds on your finished knitted piece and BAM! Cute tote!
MakeAndDoCrew.com has this lovely and easy pattern for a tote bag that anyone can pull off! Amazing what a few grommets, rope, and the Suzette stitch can do.
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!
Choosy crafters choose Jif! People make the darnedest things! Let this be an inspiration to you and your goofy side. What crazy pop art can you create?