Sunday, June 19, 2011

Crochet Food from Tasty Crochet

Crochet food is something I've wanted to make for a while. Again this was requested by my friend for her daughter's birthday party game. You can find the patterns for this pear, carrot, and bagel in the book "Tasty Crochet" by Rose Langlitz.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Crochet Yo Gabba Gabba Characters

   

   

These cute Yo Gabba Gabba characters were requested by a friend as a gift for her 2-year-old daughter. I found the pattern from a seller on etsy, but sadly it is no longer for sale. From left to right: Toodee, Foofa, Muno, and Brobee. I also did a Plex, but forgot to take a picture of him before he was sent away.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Monday, October 4, 2010

Crochet Diaper Cake



I am very proud of how this turned out! Gorgeous diaper cake that I crocheted for my sister-in-law's baby shower. It sat as the centerpiece of the refreshment table. All items except for blankets, ribbon, pins, bottles, and of course diapers, were crocheted. The pattern can be purchased from Annie's Attic "How to Make a Crochet Nappy Cake."

* Be sure to check out my Flickr for more pictures of this and other projects! *

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Flock of Owls for Fall

I have given up on finishing my WIPs. It's Fall! My favorite time of year. I made tons of pumpkins last year and this year I wanted to make some owls among other things. I have had my Fall yarn purchased for weeks now and I have anxiously been waiting to use it!



These large figured owls are flying in for free from Coats and Clark's "Cutest Little Owl."







These small owls that kinda look more like robins are provided by Curiouser and Curiouser's "Adorable Owl Amigurumi" also for free!







And of course everyone should recognize The Itsy Bitsy Spider's "Baby Owls" from her CAL and now available for purchase on Etsy and Ravelry.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Just Ducky



I made these ducks back in August and forgot to take pictures. Cute duckies made out of soft baby yarn to accompany baby blankets or alone. I used them as table decorations at my sister-in-law's baby shower. The pattern is from Leisure Arts "Just Ducky Baby Afghans."

Monday, September 20, 2010

Crochet Ripple Baby Afghan

Continuing my week of finishing up WIPs here is a soft and beautiful baby blanket. I began this little afghan sometime in 2003. I finished about half of it and I'm sure I got bored and set it aside. I can't believe I have kept it and the yarn for it all these years. The pattern is from Leisure Arts 1976 "Baby Afghans to Knit and Crochet" Leaflet 64 that was purchase by my Granny in 1981.