At first I didn’t love these legwarmers, but they’re growing on me. I think they would be so out-of-control adorable on Grady. Pattern from Lion Brand.
WhipUp made a nice little round-up of crocheted pot holders.
This crocheted skull garland from Emilee Knits is beyond awesome. I want to make one in white with a red border and hang it in the living room to scare away visitors.
These crocheted baubles from Meet me at Mike’s are great. I’m not too into Christmas decorations, but I like the idea of year-round decorations that can just be moved onto a tree or something for a month. Personally, I think these would look great hanging in a row between my kitchen and dining room.
Another crochet-pattern round-up from WhipUp.
This is so simple and so adorable. Obviously, I’m totally buying in to the current garland trend. Tutorial from The Crafty Fox.
This freestyle hanger from Between the Lines is out of control. I kind of want to make one to just hang on a wall.
Hell yeah! Via Lion Brand Yarn’s blog.
Yet another crochet tutorial round-up from WhipUp. These rocks stress me out. (That’s what she said!)
THESE COLORS ARE PERFECT.
Written Jan. 24.
I love this. Most market bag patterns are really large, and what would be most useful to me is a bag that could just replace the little plastic produce bags at grocery stores – meaning it wouldn’t weigh too much, so I wouldn’t have to pay extra to be environmentally friendly. Also, it’s grey and I love grey.
Not too bad for a crocheted hat.
Tutorial for a crocheted/applique’d blanket. Writing this post is making me itchy to get some yarn in my hands.
This photo is giving me a seizure. Yarn! Motifs! Granny bag! More yarn! Kitten! Flowers!
Crocheted smart car.
Grey heathered hexagon blanket. Swoon.
I really need to make coasters. None of my flat surfaces can tolerate a water ring.
I love the color scheme of this blanket, and the design looks like it’d be fun to make.
More grey! More motifs!
Vintage crocheted log cabin blanket. I’ve never considered a crocheted log cabin design.
Crocheted laptop case pattern from WhipUp. I think I’ve had a crocheted, knitted, or sewn laptop case in progress since the day I got my laptop. But none of them have ever been completed.
Freeform crochet from laughing purple goldfish designs. I adore this website. She is one of my primary fibery inspirations, which is strange because ore styles aren’t much alike at all.
Crochet letters! I think this would be a fun way to introduce a new word to Grady each day or week or so. Pin them someplace prominent, let them seep into her memory.
This makes me so uncomfortable.
Crochet doily wedding dress. Um, yes. I think this is brilliant – and so well done!
Potholders are another thing that I just cannot accomplish. I’ve made a zillion dishcloths, but can’t tackle a potholder. These were found at Whipup.
WARNING: The next four images may kill you. They are all crocheted dresses from Posie Gets Cozy. And they are breaking my heart. (The images are the links for these next four.)