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April 22, 2014
Doily Gift Wrapping from Made To Treasure

Everyday i get a lot of request for doilies..But i haven't sell a single piece of doily as yet.
My friends always ask me what i do with all these doilies i make…
I tell them, i gift it…
I know some of you who are reading this might have got a doily from me as a gift..
This time…i did a small drama with the doily for gifting…
gift wrapped doily
I was planning to gift a bowl as well as a doily ..
so I decided to wrap the bowl using the doily instead of a wrapping paper..
This ...

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April 21, 2014
how to crochet a rag rug with fabric yarn from Crazy Mom Quilts

If you've been reading this blog for awhile, you probably already know that I LOVE to make rugs for my home. I have KNIT several of them over the past several years and they are some of my favorite things that I make! I always get questions about crocheting rag rugs and I am happy to say I have worked out the kinks and figured out a way to do so. Here's a tutorial on how to make one of your own!

First, you need to make fabric yarn. This is a good way to ...

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April 20, 2014
It all started with Pink and Green from Made To Treasure

in a row
It all started with the discovery of pink and green rayon thread from my stash..
pink and green thread

It was there in my stash for almost 4-5 years now…
it just happened to pop out while i was searching for something else…
I was thinking what to do with this typical girlish colours…
Picked up some jewelry making stuff..and decided to make something girlish..
After making few crochet dangling almost  2 years back, i have not made any crochet jewelry..

crochet bangles with butterfly charm

I decided to whip up a pair of  bangles with few charms,
for my friend’s daughter who celebrated her first teen ...

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April 17, 2014
A crib quilt for each day of the week from Quilt Addicts Anonymous

puppy applique crib quilt

My baby hasn’t even been born yet and already he or she could use their own quilt rack.

Thanks to wonderfully talented family and friends, my baby is definitely going to be spoiled in the handmade department. Here’s a little eye candy for your Thursday as I share the wonderful creations that have been made for my little one.

dog, puppy, baby quilt

My aunt and I have talked before about how the recipients of our quilts often have no idea of the cost or work that goes into the gift. That of course doesn’t apply when she gave me a ...

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April 14, 2014
Daisies and Leaves from France Nadeau

One week ago, I saw on Pinterest a picture of beautiful daisies and leaves decorating a gift package. I followed the link and that brought me to a beautiful blog called Daisy Cottage Design, featuring lovely crochet projects (the name … Continue reading

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April 13, 2014
A Crochet Scarf from Wedding Dress Blue

Sometimes I like to try a little crochet, just to break things up.  Plus, my quilting isn’t particularly portable.  So, with scarfs being all the rage and me having a bag of needlepoint yarn, I decided to try my hand at a scarf.

I could sort of see it in my mind as I started…


Just a batch of flowers in all different colors.

I used THIS tutorial for the flowers and just joined them up as I went along.

The scarf is planned as a gift for a very fashionable collegue who is leaving the school this spring ...

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April 10, 2014
Make a Magnetic Pattern Marker thisfast. from Pacific Fabrics

Make a Magnetic Pattern Marker thisfast.

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April 1, 2014
Finding Fabric and yarn from Love Laugh Quilt

Walking into a BRAND NEW-to me quilt shop
always feels like HOME.

Somehow my son managed to find a college,
in a VERY SMALL town,
that has a QUILT SHOP!!!
10 points!!!
I visited him this past weekend.
Enjoyed my VERY FIRST lacrosse game
(son on far right)
and enjoyed TIME with him in Iowa.

Even though it's WIDE open country....

There was FABRIC!

And yarn.

Had to pick up some yarn since....
I only took ONE sleeve from this project to work on.....
and finished it before my trip was over!
I need a little help getting all ...

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March 24, 2014
Narcissus Baby Blanket from France Nadeau

Here, in North America, we are all longing for spring. Even though the calendar says we are March 24, it still feels and looks like February. If I look through the window, what I see is white snow, not so … Continue reading

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Crochet along with my friend from Made To Treasure

If we do it along with a friend, who keeps you motivated…that is the most lovely time to work along..

Myself and Ninu were planning for a CAL since we both got the Pineapple lace book…

pineapple runner

Both of us, lovers of pineapple lace , we decided to do a table runner ..

cal pineapple runner

From my earlier posts , you must have guessed I'm a lazy bump to repeat a pattern..

This runner worked because of the crochet along, otherwise i would have sidelined it to my WIP bin…

repeating the same pattern 3 times would have been a boring job for me ...

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March 22, 2014
Pot Holders from Monas Creativity

This is my first product in a tecnique new to me; tunisian crochet /railway knitting
I also crocheted scallops along the edges, also a first time for me. Not perfect, but it was fun, I will make more!
I used cotton yarn Schachenmayr Cotton Time; which was a good choice. The cotton yarn did not split, and it is washable. I used a chrochet hook 5mm from Knit Pro with a cord.
The pattern is from a norwegian book called "Hekling og hakking til kjøkkenet" by Tove Fevang. The book is now available in a cheaper version in the grocery ...

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March 20, 2014
DAMQG Retreat from The Craft Divas

Happy Hump Day Everyone,

I hope everyone’s week is going good so far. Mine has been busy but that’s the story of my life.

Bizzy Lady and I attended our first DAMQG Retreat and we had so much fun. The ladies are so much fun and we all click together. I cannot wait till the next retreat.

I was able to get a lot of things completed that I had on my list. I made caramel, chocolate and toffee potato chips and they were a big hit. So these have been added to my baking list of things ...

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March 19, 2014
Wip Wednesday.... from Little Bits of This & That

I know it's been a long while since I have blogged. I always wish I was better at blogging but then life seems to get in the way and I put it off. Well, I am going to try to do more of it...even if it's just quick posts to let you know what is going on in my little corner of the world and since it's Wednesday I want to share with you my current WIP. (Work in progress.)

We have had a VERY long winter here this year and spring is coming...I know ...

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Purple Poncho Link Up from Blended Fabric Quilts | Good Earth Quilting | Organic Quilting Cotton

Yes, I'm slowly recovering from a nasty bout of carpel tunnel syndrome and sleeping overnight with wrist braces has brought my hands back to life. But what I'm doing is slowly working on the hand stitching of my newest Winter Block. More on that in an upcoming post.

But I've been able to normalize my hands back into stitching abilities with switching to crochet. 

I'm linking up with Rhondda over at Oombawkadesigncrochet!

Hoping your craft day is filled with lots of fun projects shared with others!


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March 17, 2014
Crochet Blanket Giveaway! from Modern Handcraft

Happy St. Patricks day friends!

To celebrate the greenest of holidays I am having an awesome giveaway this week – a one of a kind Green Apple and White Crochet Baby Blanket! Crochet Blanket Giveaway

This blanket measures 30″ x 32′ and is soft and snuggly – perfect for your little girl or little boy! A wide stripe pattern makes for a modern addition to any nursery. Crochet Blanket Giveaway Crochet Blanket Giveaway Crochet Blanket Crochet Blanket Giveaway

This giveaway is open until the clock strikes midnight (central) on Saturday March 22nd – this giveaway is open to the U.S. only.

Congrats to Ashley our Crochet Blanket winner!!!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

May the luck of the ...

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March 15, 2014
A long time between posts - Crochet Doily Rug Finish from Seraphym

Phew, my last post was in January, and let me say I've been flat out since. I started back at work after my super long 7 week break over Christmas, I've been preparing ( and partying) in the lead up to my friends wedding and I'm in the process of moving house. Excitement (and fatigue) is prominent in the Seraphym Household at the moment.

Of course, being a craft nut (addict), and a Art/Textiles teacher, I've still been crafting like crazy just not blogging about it. So fair to say I'm hoping to get a ...

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Learning How to Crochet from Erica's Craft & Sewing Center

I recently took a crochet class at Erica’s and am totally hooked on it! Pun intended. :)

I’ve been a quilter for years, but was always intimidated by knitting and crocheting. But not any longer! I wanted to share with you how easy it is to learn a new craft in case any of you are in the same boat I was.

Kim started me off with two basic supplies: a crochet hook and a skein of yarn. As a general rule of thumb, chunky or bulky yarn takes a larger hook and fine yarn takes a smaller hook ...

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March 14, 2014
And my new research project is…. from Monkey's on the Porch

Freezer meals!  I thought you were probably wondering what I had been up to since I promised not to bombard you with daily blog entries.  I’m sure you are probably wondering, why freezer meals?  If not, you might want to pretend.  Honestly, it’s because we need to eat better as a family and sometimes life seems to be too busy to cook the way I like to.  So, freezer meals and my crock pot seem to be a perfect answer to that!  Of course this means I have been spending an inordinate time on Pinterest (like I need ...

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March 13, 2014
Do the Wave - Cutting Improvisational Curves for a Denim Jeans Quilt from Gefilte Quilt

So fun! So easy! And dare I admit it - so au courant! Freehand rotary cutting curves, then stitching pieces together without pins, have been trending for several years in the quilt world, widely popularized by Ricky Tims, Debbie Bowles, and the improvisational and modern quilt movements. 

[Update, 2/22/14: I learned from quilter Alison Schwabe that the technique goes a long way back, to Canadian quilter Marilyn Stoller, who developed it in the early 1980's, and taught it to legendary quilter Nancy Crow, from whence it spread. Marilyn's description of the history is here; See Alison's ...

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Retreat Time from The Craft Divas

Hey Everyone,

Detroit, MI was dumped with 4+ inches of snow today. I was lucky enough to work from home today so I didn’t have to deal with the drive to work today. I hope this is our last big snow. I’m so ready for warm weather and sunshine.

Well I’m getting very excited, the DAMQG Retreat is two days away. I have finally decided on what projects I’m going to take, at least I think I did. I have one more day before I pack up my projects.

These are the items that was we ...

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