—–(( 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 posted my space bun/Leia hair and other adaptations on my Ravelry project page and everyone lost their minds with my rebel version, it became a super popular variation, so much so the designer asked if they could add my hair adaptation to the pattern! It’s been fun to see so many rebel princesses pop up in the projects, I’m glad you love her. ❤
Pattern: Pretty Princess Lovey by Briana Olsen.
—–(( No.2 Washing Dots ))—–
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!
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—–(( 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: 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. (Finished size 20” x 4”)
Pattern: Summer Suite Scarf by Yuliya Tkacheva.
—–(( No.4 Headbands ))—–
Nothing says lazy warm days like a head full of wonderfully romantic flowers, helping tame my summer frizz!
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.
—–(( No.4 Potholders ))—–
A few new photos of older potholder projects.
2 thoughts on “five things”
I love the washing dots!
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. :)