Archive for the ‘Crochet’ Category

I bought this yarn in a charity shop.  It felt like cotton! The sweater is knitted top down.
That suits me the best. The quantity of the yarn will always do, because I can adjust the length.

truiThe collar was annoying. Every time I didn’t like it or it didn’t feel right.
Three times I changed it and finally I was content.

roosI did crochet a flower to brighten it up.

picotand made a special edge.

draadThe yarn looked like a band.

detailbut it is a net and the core is cotton (?) I really don’t know.
But cute it is!

Look at this beautiful yarn….it was a present….

1 ply

op de grond

driehoeksjaalWhat more is there to say…..

My daughter got a present from a friend. It was an owl to crochet.
Amigurumi this technique is called as I am well informed???
Well she never did crochet and together they tried…and tried…looked on youtube for the stitches and came to the conclusion, that they would never succeed and above all, they didn’t like to crochet.
And here I came in.
I can crochet and like to do it, all though I have to confess, I am not a great fan of Amigurumi.
uiltjeIt is nice isn’t it!?

It was a new holiday project. Easy to take with me and a lot of flowers to crochet in four weeks time.
Another great poney thanks to Heidi Bears.

Just as the first Fatty (I made for my daugher Janneke) we straightened the legs and neck
with thin sticks from the barbecue 🙂
No children are going to play with the little horse, so no danger included.
The yarn is 100 % acrylic and the colours are wonderfull.

……the Brave African Flower Pony
Crochet Pattern by:
Heidi Bears

My daughter was linked to this pattern on a horse forum.
( http://www.ravelry.com/designers/heidi-bears )
Being a member of Ravelry, it was easy to find.

It is an amazing pattern and very nice to crochet.
Fatty has already found a place in Janneke’s home.

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