five things

—–(( No.1 Rebel Princess ))—–

Perfect for any scruffy little nerf herder ♥

The pattern is a “make your own princess” security blanket, but how could I make anything other than the only princess that comes to mind!

I worked this as a test for Briana and I posted the space bun and other adaptations on my Ravelry project page …it became a pretty popular variation, because there has been quite a few little Leia’s popping up in the pattern projects!
♥ I’m so glad you loved her ♥

Pattern: Pretty Princess Lovey by Briana Olsen.

—–(( No.2 Washing Dots ))—–

5 washers for the 2013 Annual Dishcloth Swap! The base for these came from a lacy baby hat pattern I was testing for Thomasina Cummings. I loved the look so much, I enlarged & rounded out the jasmine stitch pattern into a pretty 8” washcloth!

—–(( No.3 Nocturne Collar ))—–

Beautiful Tunisian crochet paired up with Misti Alpaca Lace, here are the pattern adjustments I used to create this romantic collar. (Finished size 20” x 4”)

♥ Lace wt yarn (0) and 4mm cable Tunisian hook. ♥ Subtracted 96 sts off the starting ch amount. ♥ Worked rows 1-7, then jumped to row 17 (continue on and complete all rows as written) topped off with a vintage flocked velvet ladybug. (so pretty ♥)

Pattern: Summer Suite Scarf by Yuliya Tkacheva.

—–(( No.4 Headbands ))—–

warm vanilla

Mind the frizz (and the grey strands :) ..nothing says lazy warm days like a head full of wonderfully romantic flowers, helping tame my crazy summer fuzz!

Even Lex who wears a sweet bob cut, let me messy short bun and headband her hair! I am insanely jealous of her terrifically unfrizzy perfectly straight hair!

Pattern: Ultimate Headband Pack of Flowers and Lace by Two Girls Patterns.

summer sky

—–(( No.4 Potholders ))—–

A few new photos of older potholder projects.
(as always clicking the pictures will take you to their respective Ravelry pages :)

1 .. 2 .. 3 .. 4 .. 5

2 thoughts on “five things

  1. Your stitching talent is so good…no matter what the project it always has a neat, even finished look. I love your work and your photography too! I have been looking at your work on Ravelry for years…Ravelry Annual Dishcloth swap. :)

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