Crochet lip balm holder. I found the free pattern here. I adjusted the pattern a little bit though. I used cotton yarn instead of acrylic. Also, I used five sc instead of six. I hope you all enjoy this pattern as much as I did.
I love crochet flowers! I find them very practical. They are quick and beautiful decoration tools. You can use them to decorate almost anything. Some of the things are: scarf, hairband, slippers, blankets, hats, and so on. I wanted to use my flowers to make some hairbands for my daughter. She really loved them all! If you would like to try these cute flowers here is the link:
Here is what I have been busy with for the last three weeks. This is a gift for a friend whose favorite color is red. I hope she likes it when I give it to her. If you would like to give it a try, here is the pattern:
These are the latest versions of the baby and children hats. I hope you like them.
I already mentioned this pattern on my previous post, but again here is the free pattern:
I always needed a pin cushion. I was looking for a pattern that is interesting and fun. Finally, I found one. My friend Elife recently made a donut pin cushion, and shared the website where she got the pattern from. It is an easy and quick pattern, and I highly recommend it. I am sure you will love it too!
Here is the pattern: http://gingerschatz.blogspot.de/2012/05/tutorial-sprinkly-donuts.html
Here is Elife’s wonderful blog: http://elifegulistan.blogspot.com/
Here is the another pattern that I tried from Ana Paula’s book. An amigurumi plane, I just loved it. I have been making lots of girls’ stuff for a while. So, I thought I need a change. I know this change will not last for a long time since I have already started working on pink projects :) I hope you like my amigurumi plane.
In three days, I crocheted 3 hats and a headband for my niece. I cannot wait to see her pictures when she wears the hats and the headband. Unfortunately, I forgot to take a picture of the headband before I send it.
I hope you like the hats :) I really enjoyed crocheting them. For the bunny hat, I used this tutorial:
Ohh by the way, let me remind you my motto: “every bunny deserves a hair-bow” :) That is why the bunny hat has the yellow hair-bows :)
For the other hat, I used the same pattern but decorated it with a flower.
This is the first hat that I crocheted, and it will be a gift for my little princess niece. If you have not crocheted a hat before, I really recommend this free pattern by Alli Crafts. It is an easy and quick pattern. By the way (or I should have said WARNING :)), crocheting hats can be addictive :) Please stay tuned for my other baby hats which I will share their pictures later.
Here is the pattern: http://allicrafts.blogspot.ca/2011/11/free-pattern-baby-earflap-hat-6-months.html