sewing

crochet trim
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this delicate trim is so pretty and easy to make. i am wanting to put it on anything that will stand still long enough………
a sweet smelling sachet
this was a little girl project. she found these dried-flowers in the parking lot at the museum and brought them home so that she could make a sachet like she had seen in her anne of green gables treasury book. and after just a little help from mom, she finished it. and there it is, hanging in her room at nana and papa’s house.
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blue and yellow kitchen banner
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camo crochet fingerless gloves (holding nature’s version of a light-saber)
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purple for peach-complete!
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errors seem to abound in this project. but i must say that it is because i live in world where stitches are skipped and added due to a  little boy who still likes to occasionally crawl onto my lap while i am crocheting or someone needing help with a math problem. i wrote the pattern down for the right hand, confident that the left hand would be done so easily since i took this extra step, but nothing ever quite works out that way, does it? nevertheless, they are done, i do love the purple and i hope they serve their purpose-to warm little hands!
a bit-o-green
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spring love

spring love

4 responses to “sewing

  1. She is just going to love them!

  2. can you come to ATL and just hang with me?!? LOL – oh the stuff *we* could make – well, *you* could make… i could learn 😉

  3. beautiful fabrics and yarn! i love fabric…and yarn…and all the things you can make with them…

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