Sunday, June 18, 2017

White Spider Lace Crochet Baby Blanket or Christening Shawl with Wide Ruffled Trim





Does this spider stitch looks familiar to you? It might be because you've seen the tutorial for it that I shared recently. 





This stitch is perfect for a light baby blanket or a christening baby shawl. 

The size of my finished blanket is about 40 by 31 inches. But it can easily be made in a different size. 

I used Snuggly Wuggly Big! yarn by Loops & Threads. And I worked with a size G/6 (4.25 mm) hook.



I'm sure an advanced crocheted could easily make this blanket simply from the stitch pattern

But also, my full detailed pattern is available in my shops: 




Happy crocheting! 

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Sunday, June 11, 2017

Watermelon Toddler Summer Dress, My New Crochet Pattern




It's summer time! 

Time for bright sun dresses! 

This one is for a toddler girl, 12-18 months old. 

It's made of light cotton and acrylic blend yarn (Cotton Fair by Premier Yarns).


It's made of ripples and lace shells in between. Quite easy!

And quick!




My new pattern is available in my shops:





Thank you for stopping by. Enjoy the summer!

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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Candy Cane Ripple Crochet Lapghan My New Pattern



A couple of weeks ago I was at Michael's, and that day they had a 60% off one item coupon on the website. I was looking at Impecable Big! yarn by Loops&Threads, which is sold for $10 a skein. But by some reason, the red one was on clearance for $4. And I used my coupon for the white one. 

So the total cost of yarn came to $8, plus sales tax. That's awesome for two big skeins, which I then used to make this lapghan. 



I worked with a hook size I/9 (5.5 mm). It only took about a week to make this lapghan. 

I love how pointy the edges are. I'm think fringe would look great on them. But I actually very much dislike making fringe. Such a tedious and boring work! 




The finished size is about 54 by 34 inches. The pattern is quiet easy, and can be adjusted to different sizes. 




The pattern is available in my Etsy and Craftsy shops, as well as on Ravelry




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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Crochet Star Stitch Baby Afghan with Scalloped Trim



This is the second blanket that I was commissioned to make.

I love the way it turned out! It looks simple, yet beautiful!



I used Snuggly Wuggly yarn in ivory color and a size G/6 (4.25 mm) hook.



I already mailed the blankets to the lady who commissioned them and she was happy with my work. 

She wrote: "Thank you for helping me out and making them for me. God Bless you. I will keep in touch for other blankets."

It's such an amazing feeling when people like and appreciate your work. Feels great!

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Craft Schooling Sunday @ Crative Jewish Mom
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