A new pattern on how to make Crochet Christmas trees Ornaments. This pattern contains instructions for 4 sizes, suggestions on how to decorate the trees and tips for making your own desirable size. In addition you can make each tree unique by using different colours and type of yarns, ‘the only limit is your imagination’ 🙂
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PS: below is my 3D design of Amigurumi Christmas Trees Ornaments which can be hanged or stand alone. Click on the photo for more details
This pattern is same as on my old pattern Amigurumi Dice. I’ve reduced the Rounds to 6 and filled them with styrofoam to create smaller and firmer dices. Materials and Tools needed: Acrylic or Cotton yarn e.g. Lane Cervinia Caprice / King Kole Bamboo cotton … Continue reading →
A new PDF pattern for Crochet Hanging Pomegranates.
Most of my friends already know my passion for this fruit, specifically for its symbolism, beauty and taste. I have a lot of pomegranates around the house; dried ones, drawn on paper and on bags, decorative ones and since I love them so much I thought why not crochet them and this is what I came up with. Already three of these are decorating our house and my car, and soon they will also become gifts to friends and family.
Pomegranate is a symbol of prosperity and fertility in many regions; Mediterranean, Middle East, Caucasus, India, China, Peru… basically where they are grown and often they are given as presents to newlyweds. Except for their symbol they are rich in antioxidants and very tasty.
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PS: while creating them I also made a 3D version shown on the last picture of the post, so if you love them, sign up and you will get updated once the project is published.
These extremely simple hanging pot holders were developed over night, combining my love for succulents with my addition to crochet. Materials and Tools needed: Natural durable yarn/cord e.g. jute twine cord (can be found in DIY stores and supermarkets), hemp … Continue reading →