Thursday, September 17, 2009

Crochet love

Pot holder from Emma Lamb. Her shop is so beautiful it makes me want to cry!

Fingerless gloves from CoquelicotSalon. I just love the little gathered edge and buttons. I want these!

Button cowl from a Cat's Nest. Carolina's work is so lovely and she is so sweet, too!

Amazing crocheted bracelets from Nadene. I'm trying to decide on a color scheme for mine!

Puff earrings from Lindsay Streem Designs. Tell me these aren't adorable and perfect for fall?

I'll take one of each, please. Anyone?

P.S. I'm trying to remember how to crochet granny squares- I could do it when I was young but have completely forgotten. I want to make myself a blanket!

20 comments:

  1. I crochet, but not like that! The work is so detailed; I'm impressed.

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  2. i'm impressed too! i'm a crochetter as well, but haven't put too much stuff up on my site yet. Love all of these! Granny squares are pretty easy, want me to send you a pattern??? I just finished a blanket for my mom using granny squares. It's HUGE! I'll post pics on my blog soon.
    Kat @ SassmowthDesigns

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  3. These are all so lovely! I can only do the most basic crochet stitches so far, but I guess you've got to start someplace. :)

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  4. My mom tried to teach me to crochet, it didn't go very well! So, I generally beg her to make it for me! Those are lovely finds!!

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  5. yeah i can crochet straight lines, but then when i start adding rows...it all goes to hell haha. this stuff is so beautiful!

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  6. Those are beautiful! My crochet projects never turn out like that! The colors and styles are perfect...

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  7. Oh my- I covet a crocheted bracelet! I wish I knew how to crochet. I know how to knit, but I hate it- it makes my back hurt. Wonder if crochet would be easier. Hope your day is wonderful Amy!

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  8. I'm learning how to crochet, and I want to learn how to knit. Thanks for the inspirations (so far I have had limited success and have a lot of scarves and a very lopsided hat to show for my efforts)

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  9. I am so beside myself with the bracelets!!!

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  10. Hey Amy!
    As for the blanket.. ya, the one i did was about 60 granny squares... Deffinately do the one GIANT granny square and keep changing colours. That's what i'm doing with the next one! Way too many ends to sew in!
    Here's a blog with video of how to crochet a granny square! hopefully this can help you out :) http://crochet101.blogspot.com/2007/03/starting-granny-square.html
    For other tutorials on just about anything, check out this site: http://www.instructables.com/

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  11. Those bracelets are great, how neat.

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  12. I love those bracelets! So colorful!

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  13. thanks so much for sharing my work!
    -Even (nadene)

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  14. oh and for grannies... check out the babette blanket on Ravelry.
    my version in pink: http://www.ravelry.com/projects/evenhoward/babette-blanket

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  15. So beautiful. I wish I had such talent.

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  16. Where do you find such amazing things!? Such beauty! That potholder is a-maze-ing!

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  17. hi Amy... :)

    thank you so much for including wee 'maude' amongst such beautiful talent! i too think Nadene's bracelets are utterly beautiful and i just love her colour choices... :)

    have a fabby day my dear,
    emma
    x

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  18. Cool !!, love it too...got a purple crochet blanket but with a big hole in it...but i know i can make something of it...am not sure what ...

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  19. The red scarf looks super cute on you.

    -Zane of ontario honey

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